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A&L Goodbody | Ireland, United Kingdom | 14 May 2019

Managing Mental Health in the Workplace

Mental health is one of the main causes of absence from work, with 'work-related stress' being cited as the most common mental health condition…

Mayer Brown | United Kingdom | 25 Jan 2019

Podcast: Episode 146 - The View from Mayer Brown

Nick looks at three recent cases. The first is a Supreme Court decision on how to establish if someone has been treated disadvantageously for…

A&L Goodbody | United Kingdom | 19 Dec 2018

Autism in the workplace

Anne Hegarty's appearance on this year's I'm a Celebrity has provided a valuable and sympathetic insight into autism. Like Anne, many people with…

FisherBroyles LLP | United Kingdom, USA | 23 Jul 2018

Fizzy Drinks and The Red Hot Chili Peppers

Wondering what the title of this post is about? It seems that an 18-year old woman was about to enter a Belfast concert by the Red Hot Chili Peppers…

Gowling WLG | United Kingdom | 30 May 2018

Finance litigation: the latest cases and issues - May 2018

The first case in which the Equalities legislation has been raised as a defence to a mortgagee's claim for possession has recently been before the…

Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 2 May 2018

Disability discrimination: The doors of perception

The recent EAT decision in Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey removes uncertainty regarding whether perceived disability discrimination complaints…

Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 7 Mar 2018

Constructive knowledge of disability

Employer did not have knowledge of disability despite failure to follow up on occupational health advice. The Court of Appeal has held that an…

Birketts LLP | United Kingdom | 22 Feb 2018

Constructive knowledge of disability

The Court of Appeal has considered whether an employer had constructive knowledge of an employee’s disability by the time she was dismissed for poor…

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BLP) | United Kingdom | 2 Feb 2015

HR two minute monthly: disability discrimination; unfair dismissal; territorial scope and redundancy

In Doran v Department for Work and Pensions, an employee was dismissed for sickness absence. The claimant alleged

Jones Day | United Kingdom | 27 Jan 2014

Disability update

We saw a number of cases in 2013 around what constitutes a reasonable adjustment. We also had a controversial EAT decision on what constitutes…
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