Worthingtons Review of Recent NI Decisions

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 22 November 2011
Louise McAloon
Worthingtons Solicitors
Issues covered:

Doctor Philip Thomas v Belfast Health and Social Care Trust & others (Case Refs 6739/09, 276/10, 1375/10 & 2322/10)

Subject Matter: Costs Order of £5,400.00 and the use of deposit hearings in cases considered as having little reasonable prospects of success

At a hearing on 10th October 2011, the Tribunal unanimously ordered the Claimant to pay costs to the Respondents in the sum of £5,400.00. The Claimant’s previous claims of direct race discrimination and victimisation were dismissed by the Tribunal on 2nd August 2011. The First Named Respondent had written to the Claimant on 22nd March 2011 setting out its position regarding the case and advising that if the Claimant did not

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Louise McAloon
Worthingtons Solicitors

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