After Cavendish Square/ParkingEye, is it more or less likely to be a penalty? – Employment Law Blog

Posted November 25th, 2015 in appeals, news, parking, penalties, Supreme Court by sally

‘Reports of the decision of the Supreme Court in the joined appeals in Cavendish Square and ParkingEye left me confused because some reckoned the decision represented a narrowing of the application of the penalty doctrine whilst others considered it had expanded the doctrine’s scope. So on a wet weekend afternoon I took hold of a copy of the Judgment – [2015] UKSC 67- and tasked myself to find out. Here is what I found.’

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Employment Law Blog, 23rd November 2015