Worthingtons Review of Recent NI Decision: Religious Belief and/or Political OpinionPosted in : Oct on 9 October 2012 Issues covered:
Worthingtons Commercial Solicitors in Belfast have agreed to write an email every two months exclusively for Legal-Island email subscribers. These emails cover what, in the opinion of the writers, are the recent Northern Ireland employment cases that will most interest employment law practitioners.
Today's email concerns the case of Dr Charles Richard Alan Lennon v The Department for Regional Development (Case Ref 75/11 FET)
The Claimant was supported by the Equality Commission when he brought a claim alleging that he was subjected to less favourable treatment on the grounds of his religious belief and/or political opinion contrary to the provisions of the Fair Employment and Treatment
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