The principles for review at the Employment and Labour Relations Court

The decision made by Hon. Justice Byram Ongaya of the Employment and Labour Relations Court is clear and concise. The court dismissed the application for review filed by the claimant, stating that there were no grounds for review. Additionally, the judge emphasized that the claimant did not specifically plead for damages in their original claim, and therefore, it would be unfair to award compensation at this stage. The judge also noted that the application for review was filed without undue delay. Overall, the decision shows a careful consideration of the facts and legal principles involved in the case. Okello Kinyanjui and Company LLP represented the successful party and the decision can be found on the following link, i.e.,

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