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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Aug 2009

Failure to make reasonable adjustments can render a dismissal unlawful

Where a dismissal could have been avoided by making a reasonable adjustment (such as a phased return to work or a move to a different job), the employer's failure to make the reasonable adjustment meant that the dismissal itself amounted to discrimination under the Disability Discrimination Act.

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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Aug 2009

Meaning of "likely" under the DDA

The House of Lords has held that the phrase 'likely to recur' in relation to the definition of disability under the Disability Discrimination Act must be given a wide meaning (SCA Packaging Limited v Boyle).

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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Aug 2009

Equality Bill update

The Equality Bill continues to progress through Parliament towards an implementation date in 2010.

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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP | United Kingdom | 10 Jul 2009

Misrepresentation and pre-employment medical questionnaires

The High Court has rejected a local council's claim for £1m in damages against its former managing director and held that her failure to mention her history of stress and depression in her pre-employment medical questionnaire did not amount to fraudulent and negligent misrepresentation.

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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP | United Kingdom | 15 May 2009

Equality Bill

The Equality Bill has now been laid before parliament.

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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP | United Kingdom | 15 May 2009

Disability discrimination day-to-day activities on night shifts

The EAT has clarified that, where an activity is something that is only done at work, it can still be a "normal day-to-day activity" for the purposes of the Disability Discrimination Act if it is common to different types of employment (Chief Constable of Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary v Adams).

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