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The Court of Appeal is hearing an appeal in the case of Kong v Gulf International Bank (UK)

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The Court of Appeal is hearing an appeal in the case of Kong v Gulf International Bank (UK) Limited this week.  The case addresses the important issue of when the conduct of a whistleblower can be separated from the act of whistleblowing as a justification for dismissal.  BDBF LLP, James Laddie QC of Matrix Chambers and Andrew Smith of 11KBW are acting on a pro bono basis for Protect, the whistleblowing charity who are intervening in the case.

Read more about the case here: https://protect-advice.org.uk/appeal-court-case-threatens-workers-ability-to-speak-up-against-injustice-kong-v-gulf-international-bank-uk-ltd-protect-press-release/.

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