Article Title:No compo for Marshall
Category:New Zealand Daily News
Author or News Staff
Published on:3rd May 2004 - 12:00 pm
Story ID:2315
Text:Sacked Queer Nation host Jonathan Marshall has been unsuccessful in his attempt to sue the programme maker Livingstone Productions for wrongful dismissal. Last May, Marshall was fired by Livingstone following allegations of stalking TV host Mike Hosking in pursuit of paparazzi photographs he could sell to women's magazines. He had been seeking $10,000 for humiliation and up to $40,000 in lost wages for alleged unjustified dismissal. Employment Relations Authority member Rosemary Monaghan ruled yesterday that Livingstone boss John Givins was justified in dismissing Marshall. By his actions in various matters, Marshall, who was required to be a role model, had brought Queer Nation and Livingstone into disrepute, she said.    
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