By Beth Jenkins and Paula Rome
In this article, we take a look back through some key cases from the last three months and the lessons which we can learn from them.
In Ms A Gray V Mulberry Company (Design) Ltd the EAT held that an employer will not be discriminating on grounds of philosophical belief where an employee is the only person to hold such a belief. The employee’s argument that she held a deep philosophical belief in the sanctity of copyright law. The EAT held that she was the only one and further concluded that the belief lacked sufficient cogency, seriousness, cohesion and importance required to qualify under the Equality Act 2010.