Employee incapacity and NZ Employment Law

O'Connor v Anchor Press Ltd  29 April 2010  CA 102/10
P Cheyne  [Employment Relations Authority - Christchurch]
UNJUSTIFIED DISADVANTAGE – UNJUSTIFIED DISMISSAL – Incapacity – Applicant claimed suffered disadvantage as respondent failed to take reasonable steps to avoid exposing applicant to u...
Applications dismissed ; Costs reserved
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Lang v Eagle Airways Limited  17 June 1996  CA 36/95
McKay J, Blanchard J, Doogue J  [Court of Appeal]
COURT OF APPEAL - Appeal against decision of Employment Court on points of law - Finding of unjustified dismissal overturned by Employment Court - Appellant sustained sinus injury while pursuing horse...
Appeal dismissed ; Costs in favour of employer ($3,500)
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