Carlier scores partial win against Lloyds

He wins unfair dismissal claim, but judge rules he made no protected disclosures

Red card: Lloyds loses as former trader wins

Former trader Paul Carlier has won his unfair dismissal claim against Lloyds after months of legal wrangling, but Judge Tayler ruled his allegations of wrongdoing at the UK bank do not qualify as whistleblowing and he declined to give protected disclosure status to the claims made.

The case centred around Carlier's claim that he was unfairly selected and targeted for redundancy in June 2014, after internally reporting alleged malpractice and inefficiencies on the Lloyds trading floor.


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