Review by Rosemary Connolly Solicitors of Recent GB DecisionsPosted in : Oct on 18 October 2011
1. Cordell v FCO UKEAT/0016/11/SM (DDA; Reasonable Adjustments)
2. Jackson v Liverpool City Council  EWCA Civ 1068 (References)
3. Tasneem v Dudley Hospitals UKEAT/ 0232/10/CEA (Implied Terms)
4. Leeds Teaching Hospital v Foster UKEAT/0552/10/JOJ (DDA; Reasonable Adjustments)
Cordell v FCO UKEAT/0016/11/SM
DIASBILITY DISCRIMINATION: REASONABLE ADJUSTMENTS
The Appellant, Ms Cordell appealed a decision of the Tribunal which held that there was no direct discrimination. The EAT also held that no direct discrimination had occurred.
Ms Cordell was deaf and required the support of lip speakers. The purported cost of the adjustment was in the region
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