Sunday, February 12, 2012

Matt Nixson

seeking 100,000 pounds in damages after being abruptly fired from his job on July 21

old main features of the Sun, who was fired in July, says News Group Newspapers and four members of the research team hacking phone News Corporation for unfair dismissal and breach of contract.

Nixson Matt continues his former employer, News Corp. executive Lewis and Simon Greenberg, head of group media lawyer Jeffrey Palker, and Lord Grabiner QC, President independent of management and the standards committee for further £ 100,000 in damages.

Nixson was abruptly fired from his job in the Sun on July 21, when the internal committee of News Corp., said it found evidence of misconduct while in the New World. Nixson joined Sun in April 2010, after five years in his late sister News International title.

In documents filed with the Supreme Court, seen by MediaGuardian, Nixson denies any involvement in illicit activities and management of independent claims of News Corp and the Standards Commission has no authority to dismiss employees of the new group. News Group is a subsidiary of News International, owned by News Corp.

Nixson said in the application of a full disciplinary hearing would have been exonerated from any charge of misconduct.

The Metropolitan Police wrote the international news in September, saying it will not be arrested or questioned Nixson as part of its phone-hacking investigation.

Nixson filed a separate complaint against News Group court for unfair dismissal in September. This jurisdiction is understood to be on hold while the High Court legal action.

old main features Sun is seeking damages of more than 100,000 pounds, which includes 12 months salary plus benefits. The document notes that the difficulties facing Nixson to find another job, "given the stigma attached to his dismissal and the charge that he was involved in or associated with telephony business hacking or other criminal activities collection Information News of the World ". Nixson was abruptly fired during a meeting with the CEO of Sun, Richard Caseby, and Derrick Crowley, director of human resources within the Group News July 21.

Nixson In a letter two days later, the New Group has confirmed that he had been dismissed for serious misconduct by the discovery of "what we believe is a direct evidence of criminal conduct."

Nixson denied the allegations. The application form, said: "[Nixson] has never been knowingly involved in any illegal activity concerning hacking or phone of any other criminal activity information collection

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