Quarterly Review of Equality Law from JCJ

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 7 April 2011





Employment and Equality experts, Jones Cassidy Jones, have agreed to write a quarterly report on equality law developments that will impact in Northern Ireland and beyond. Today's article has been written by Partner Alison Collins and covers the following:

* Victimisation: Grievances and Disciplinary Proceedings (with analysis of Martin v Devonshire Solicitors)

* Anti-Fox Hunting Belief is Capable of Protection under Discrimination Legislation (with analysis of Hashman v Milton Park (Dorset) Ltd t/a Orchard Park)

* Anti-discrimination Law and Volunteers (with analysis of X-v-Mid Sussex Citizens

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