Review of Recent GB Decisions

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 16 February 2010
Rosemary Connolly
Rosemary Connolly Solicitors
Issues covered:

1. Ladele v London Borough of Islington (Court of Appeal) Religious Discrimination
2. O’Neill v Buckinghamshire County Council (EAT) Risk Assessments
3. Prison Officers Association v Gough (EAT) Simultaneous Employment
4. Sahota v The Home Office (EAT) IVF Treatment and Sex Discrimination

Ladele v London Borough of Islington (Court of Appeal) [2009] EWCA Civ 1357

Religious Discrimination

This Court of Appeal decision was based on a decision of the Tribunal that discrimination had been established and a decision of the EAT that it had not been and that the Tribunal had erred in law. Ms Ladele appealed to the Court of Appeal.

By way of background, Ms

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