March 26th, 2024 by James Goudie KC

According to the structure of the whistleblowing legislation, in order for employers to be fixed with liability, B ought to have some knowledge of what the claimant is complaining or expressing concern about. It is not enough that B knows that the claimant has made a claim to A. So observes Sheldon J in Nicol v World Travel, EA-2023-000036-JOJ.

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