A consultant ophthalmologist has won his case against the States of Jersey.
It's after Mr Amar Alwitry was hired as an eye surgeon at the General Hospital in 2012, but had the offer withdrawn a week before he was due to start his job in Jersey.
He had already resigned from his consultancy position at Derby Hospital.
The court ruled that the dismissal decision was "invalid" and Mr Alwitry may be entitled to significant compensation for loss of employment.
Since his dismissal, a number of investigations have been launched into what exactly happened to the eye surgeon.
But, The States Employment Board, which is lead by the Chief Minister, rejected these findings and hit back at the complaints board.
This was followed by another SCB report criticising the States Employment Board for its rebuttal.
The States Employment Board now plans to appeal the court's decision.