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A company can suffer a detriment under the Equality Act and so bring a claim for direct discrimination. Yet a company is impersonal, so how can that be?
Judge not convinced that the fact the Claimant was required to be on the premises meant sleeping was working.
The Brief, by barrister Simon Michael, is a novel based on real cases and court documents.
Costs cap to be extended, but other proposals limit protection.
A Traveller can be both within a protected race, such as an Irish or Scottish Traveller, or a New Traveller, and other aspects of law.
Unison appeal dismissed. Now we await the review.
…and relief under the Consumer Credit Act.
More power to those with learning disabilities or autism, and their families.
You like logic puzzles? You’ll love this...
Traveller status has been redefined...
When discussing consent, the donor should be made aware if the intended DNA analysis might reveal significant results...
The format of any investigation could be of great importance.
Ensure jurisdictional issues are rehearsed before trial, and material issues are focused upon...
Jessica Smeaton looks at the government’s new consultation paper and the impact on large employers.
Ilott case was simply the application of long standing principles...
Advice about employment status is equally important to employers and the ‘self-employed’.
Practical implications of judgment for developers’ negotiations on small-scale and brownfield sites.
…after council prosecuted a defective Breach of Condition notice...
Claimant probably suffered feelings of ‘confusion […] frustration and/ or helplessness and injustice’ – particularly after getting no compensation.
Insufficient safeguards in place to protect information.