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Reyes and anor v Al-Malki and anor [2015]

Case reference:EWCA.Civ.32   l claiming that she had suffered racial discrimination and harassment and had been paid less than the national minimum wage. The defendants successfully claimed that they were entitled to diplomatic immunity under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. There can be exceptions to diplomatic ...
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Discrimination and Equality
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Benkharbouche and anor v Embassy of the Republic of Sudan [2015]

Case reference:EWCA.Civ.33   hose and other claims, including racial discrimination and harassment and breach of the Working Time Regulations 1998.Both claimants lost their cases at tribunal but the UKEAT upheld the claims relating to working time and discrimination, ruling that the SIA should be disapplied for those claims - ...
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Pay and Conditions of Employment
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Rachel Maguire & Mairead Bradley v Samdec Ltd [2014]

Case reference:1362/12;.1364/12;.169/14   . There were also allegations of sexual discrimination which were eventually disallowed by the tribunal for time delay issues. The tribunal had to decide if the termination of the contract of employment amounted to a dismissal or did the claimants leave their employment for some other reason.Amidst...
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Unfair Dismissal
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Das v Ayrshire & Arran Health Board [2014]

Case reference:UKEATS/0021/14/SM   ter that he would treat that as “racism/discrimination”. This matter was finally resolved following a meeting attended by the claimant’s trade union official in November 2007. Other issues, some pertaining to alleged racism, continued to be raised over a period of time. In April 2010 the claimant a...
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Discrimination and Equality
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Greater Glasgow Health Board v Doogan and another [2014]

Case reference:UKSC.68   t did not deal with claims of religious discrimination and any reasonable accommodations that an employer might be required to consider under employment legislation, with reference to article 9 of the European Convention on Human Rights i.e. the “right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion...
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Discrimination and Equality
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FOA, acting on behalf of Kaltoft v KL, acting on behalf of the Municipality of Billund [2014]

Case reference:C‑354/13   ket?2. If there is an EU prohibition of discrimination on grounds of obesity, is it directly applicable as between a Danish citizen and his employer, a public authority?3. Should the Court find that there is a prohibition under EU law of discrimination on grounds of obesity in the labour market gen...
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Discrimination and Equality
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FirstGroup Plc v Paulley [2014]

Case reference:Civ.1573   Mr Paulley sued FirstGroup for unlawful discrimination against him on the ground of his disability and was awarded £5,500 in damages. FirstGroup appealed. It is worth reading this case for the discussion on what is the appropriate provision, criterion or practice (PCP) applied in this case because ...
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Discrimination and Equality
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Dr Melissa McCullough v Queen's University Belfast [2014]

Case reference:NIIT.831/14   rsity Belfast and alleged direct gender discrimination, indirect gender discrimination and victimisation contrary to the Sex Discrimination (Northern Ireland) Order 1976 (‘the 1976 Order’), the background being an unsuccessful application for a Senior Lecturer position. In identifying that there we...
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Discrimination and Equality
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East of England Ambulance Service Nhs Trust v Sanders [2014]

Case reference:UKEAT.0217_14_1710   al tribunal claim was one of disability discrimination by a litigant in person. That is not unusual. What is unusual is that the tribunal took it upon itself to research the subject on Wikipedia and other websites during the recess and then asked questions about issues which had not been raised by ...
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Tribunal Practice Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues
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Marion Richie v Queen’s University Belfast [2014]

Case reference:NIIT.1760/13   er of claims including, inter alia, sex discrimination and Victimisation. The allegations arise from a matrix of facts involving concerns over attendance, late notifications of absences. The claimant then fell pregnant and suffered post-natal depression.All claims were dismissed by the tribunal and...
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Discrimination and Equality