Adam Ohringer and Clive Day Presentation (2024)

This talk looked at context, strategy and tactics of Whistleblowing Claims, including the following areas:

Cultural and reputational issues context. Who does the law protect and does it really serve the public interest? Where does a culture of ‘psychological safety’ fit in to Whistleblowing?

Modern lifecycle of a WB complaint;

Claimant’s motivation and the “public interest” after Chesterton Global Limited v Nurmohamed and SPI Spirits (UK) Ltd v Zabelin;

Disclosures made external to the employer – when are they protected and is the law sufficient?

‘It’s not what you said it’s how you said it’ – the concept of separability post Kong v Gulf International Bank.

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