Quarterly Review of Equality Law from JCJ - Important Case LawPosted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 13 November 2012
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.
In this quarterly review we have selected some interesting recent cases on anti-discrimination law which we believe will be of interest to Legal-Island readers.
a) Birmingham City Council v Abdulla and others (2012) UKSC 47
b) Atkins v Odyssey Care (2012) (ET/2371356/11)
c) Weeks v Newham College of Further Education  UKEAT 0630/11/ZT
d) Seldon v Clarkson Wright & Jakes (a partnership)  UKSC 16
a) TIME LIMITS FOR EQUAL PAY CLAIMS
The decision in the case of Birmingham City Council v Abdulla and others (2012) UKSC
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