Hello and welcome back to your weekly case law update. Last week, we looked at sex discrimination and why you should always make sure there is a door between the showers and the changing room! [...]
The Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis v Denby – Can a person who influences a decision maker be considered a joint-decision maker?
Hello and welcome back to your weekly case law update. Last week we looked at an EU case concerning discrimination against breastfeeding mothers. This week we will again be looking at discrimination, sex discrimination this time, together with conduct [...]
Otero Ramos v Servicio Galego de Saude – Is failing to conduct an appropriate risk assessment for a breastfeeding mother discriminatory?
Ms. Otero Ramos, the Claimant, was a breastfeeding mother who worked as a nurse in the emergency unit of the Respondent’s hospital. The Respondent had performed a risk assessment that had concluded her role was [...]
As many of you will know, in July the Supreme Court ruled that Tribunal Fees were unlawful. Whilst a barrier to justice has been lifted for future tribunal users, the issue of repayment for those [...]