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Appeal against findings that the claimant had been subject to unlawful discrimination by way of direct discrimination, harassment and victimisation on the grounds of race and sexual orientation. Appeal dismissed in the main.
(16/05/2013) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against the rejection of the claimant’s claims of race and religious discrimination and harassment. Appeal dismissed.
(29/01/2013) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against decision to remit discrimination claims to a fresh tribunal after the EAT had found the original decision flawed. Appeal dismissed.
(11/07/2011) case CPD: 0/30 mins
Renewed application for permission to appeal decision by EAT overturning the ET's finding that the claimant had been discriminated against on grounds of his sexual orientation. Application granted.
(05/11/2010) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Application to appeal against findings by the ET, which were upheld by the EAT, that several waitresses had suffered discrimination, harassment and were unfairly constructively dismissed. It was submitted that the ET did not consider whether the claims were in time and their approach, when considering the individual claims, was too 'broad brush'. The respondent also questioned the issues of joint and several liability and whether it was rational to make the same award to each of the claimants. Application refused.
(26/10/2010) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Claim for damages under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997 relating to allegations of victimisation. She was awarded c£6500 in general and special damages.
(24/02/2010) case CPD: 0/0 mins