Supreme court finds Morrisons liable for employee's crime at work

Chris Weaver, associate in the Employment department at Payne Hicks Beach comments on how the Judgment in the case involving an attack at a supermarket petrol station may make it easier for customers to sue businesses, first published in The Guardian online on 2 March 2016.  

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4 March  2016

 


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Supreme court finds Morrisons liable for employee's crime at work