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BPE Solicitors LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Jun 2019

“But we didn’t know!” when does an employer have knowledge of a disability?

I have noticed that a lot of the organisations that I and the team advise and work in partnership with have embraced Mental Health week which was a


Baines Wilson Solicitors | United Kingdom | 1 Mar 2019

Too old to type?

Eileen Jolly has become the oldest person to win an age discrimination case. She successfully sued her former employer for unfair dismissal on the


Hill Dickinson LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Jan 2019

Supreme Court gives guidance on 'unfavourable' treatment in relation to disability discrimination

Mr Williams was employed by Swansea University from June 2000 until he retired for ill-health reasons aged 38 in June 2013


Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Nov 2018

Was a tendency to steal caused by PTSD a disability?

In Wood v Durham County Council (UKEAT009918), the Employment Appeal Tribunal had to decide whether the dismissal of an employee for shoplifting


Steptoe & Johnson LLP | United Kingdom | 27 Nov 2018

'Tendency to Steal' not an Impairment

In this short update, we report on the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT)’s decision in Wood v Durham County Council. The decision confirms that a


Shoosmiths LLP | United Kingdom | 14 Nov 2018

Quarterly Case law update from the Shoosmiths Employment Team

In this article, we take a look back through some key cases from the last three months and the lessons which we can learn from them. Discrimination In


Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP | United Kingdom | 27 Sep 2018

Establishing disability: pressure on employee to provide evidence

In Mutombo-Mpania v Angard Staffing Solutions Ltd (UKEAT000217), the Employment Appeal Tribunal found that an employee had failed to discharge the


Stewarts | United Kingdom | 9 Jul 2018

Making ‘reasonable adjustments’ for wheelchair users

All service providers (such as shops, restaurants, hotels, theme parks and health and fitness clubs) have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to


Anthony Gold | United Kingdom | 5 Jul 2018

Breakthrough discrimination case is won by disabled man suffering with multiple sclerosis

The Equality Act 2010 was introduced to ensure that those with protected characteristics are safeguarded against discrimination. ‘Disability’ is


Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP | United Kingdom | 21 Jun 2018

Was issuing a disciplinary warning to a disabled employee for her sickness absence disability discrimination?

In DL Insurance Services Ltd v O'Connor (UKEAT023017), the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) had to decide whether an employer had discriminated

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