Ruling could hit M&S

April 2000
Cabinet Maker;04/21/2000, Issue 5184, p2
Trade Publication
Focuses on the possibility that Marks & Spencer could face compensation claims after an industrial tribunal ruled that one of the former executives who filed a lawsuit against the company, was unfairly dismissed.


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