It looks like the dispute between Caterham and 38 former staff members won't be settled out of court after the ex-employees started legal proceedings.
The Leafield squad laid off workers after the team were bought out by a Swiss-Middle Eastern consortium and reported they were forced to let the staff go as part of a "necessary step taken by the new owners of Caterham F1 Team whose priority is the future of the team". However, the former employees decided to seek legal advice as "they were sacked without consultation in breach of employment law and are claiming breach of contract and unfair dismissal".
Caterham then decided to launch a lawsuit of their own to "seek...
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