(59)  No reinstatement of dismissed University Principal

On 14 June 1999 Glasgow Caledonian University won its appeal against a decision of an employment tribunal to order the reinstatement of its dismissed Principal, Professor Stan Mason. The University had already appointed a new Principal. The decision of the tribunal was described as perverse by Lord Coulsfield giving the opinion of the Employment Appeal Tribunal. For comment on the earlier decision, see H L MacQueen and L J Macgregor, Specific implement, interdict and contractual performance, (1999) 3 Edinburgh Law Review 239-246 at 245.

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