Ex-PwC Manager Loses Bid For Anonymity In Court Battle
Law360, London (January 7, 2019, 5:04 PM GMT) -- An employment tribunal in London has dismissed an appeal by a former senior manager at PwC seeking to have a ruling linked to a discrimination suit she brought against the accounting giant withheld from the public or made anonymous.
The Employment Appeals Tribunal has ruled that the lower tribunal was right to refuse an application brought by Yvonne Ameyaw, a former employee at PricewaterhouseCoopers Services Ltd. Ameyaw had argued that the publication of Judge Christina Morton’s ruling in March 2017 — which included remarks about “unacceptable” behavior by her and her mother in the courtroom — had prejudiced her right to...
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