Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
Not if the industrial giant wins the case. They won't get much from the out of work labourer.
Normally in a case between employer and employee it is the employee seeking money from the employer and not the other way around. Usually the case is about an unjustified firing, or compensation for a work incident, or anti-trade-union-ist behaviour, or a dispute over pay.

It's quite uncommon that it is the employer who goes to court against an employee. The employer cannot be fired by the employee, is not normally going to receive an injury, and pays according to how he interprets the contract.