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Mandic-Bozic, R (on the application of) v BACP & Anor

Facts The Claimant in Mandic-Bozic was a psychotherapist and a member of both the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (“BACP”), the Defendant, and, the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy... Read More

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Shuter v Ford Motor Company Ltd

In the first case of its kind Ijeoma Omambala of Old Square Chambers, acted for the Respondent and successfully resisted a sex discrimination challenge to an employer’s discretionary additional paternity... Read More

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Land Rover v. C Short

Where a legitimate misunderstanding had arisen at the final hearing in an employment tribunal concerning the scope of an agreed list of issues, the tribunal should have invited submissions from... Read More

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Coventry City Council v. M Nicholls & Others

Whilst it was not impossible for an employer to establish that what might appear to be prima facie unlawful discrimination in breach of the Equal Pay Act 1970 could in... Read More

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Secretary Of State For Work & Pensions v. D Macklin

Before finding that there had been discrimination against a disabled employee by failure to make reasonable adjustments, an employment tribunal had to identify the arrangement applied by the employer; the... Read More

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Levenes Solicitors v. Dalley

An employment tribunal, having found that a decision to dismiss an employee was substantively and procedurally reasonable and within the band of reasonable responses open to the employer, had erred... Read More

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Unison v. First Secretary of State

Where the decision of the defendant secretary of state to remove elements of the Local Government Pension Scheme would have been made on other valid policy grounds the court was... Read More

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H Aziz v. Crown Prosecution Service

Preliminary enquiries into allegations that an employee was guilty of serious or gross misconduct were plainly necessary where the complaint was a hearsay report that offensive words had been spoken... Read More

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Yearwood v. Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis

Investigating and supervising officers handling disciplinary matters did not act as agents of the chief officer for the purposes of claims made under the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and the... Read More

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Chief Constable of Bedfordshire Police v. C S Liversidge

Before the coming into force of the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000, complaints of vicarious or constructive liability against chief constables in relation to discriminatory acts carried out by police... Read More

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Ealing London Borough Council v. B Garry

Lack of awareness of an investigation into an applicant's alleged fraud was not detriment for the purposes of s.4(2)(c) Race Relations Act 1976. For a claim to succeed there had... Read More
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