PJHLaw June 2021 Newsletter

Tribunal Finds General Medical Council Liable for Race Discrimination The Reading employment tribunal has found the General Medical Council liable for direct race discrimination. Dr. O Karim is an NHS doctor of African/ European ethnicity. Complaints were made against him in 2013/2014, culminating in a Fitness to Practice Tribunal (FTP) in 2018 (a tribunal that [...]

Forstater v Centre for Global Development (EAT)

Forstater v Centre for Global Development (EAT) Hello and welcome to our case of the week blog. This week’s case has been all over the news. It raises some interesting legal and ethical questions. We covered it a few weeks ago (at the time of its hearing at Tribunal level). The EAT has now delivered [...]

Maya Forstater v Centre for Global Development

Hello and welcome to our case of the week. This week’s case looks at philosophical beliefs. Particularly, whether a belief that biological sex cannot be changed is a philosophical belief capable of being a protected characteristic, giving protection from discrimination under the Equality Act 2010. Background It is first necessary to do some gender theory [...]

R (Davey) v Oxfordshire County Council and beyond…

Who exactly does the law consider ‘disabled’, is this soon to be changing, and what may this mean for employees and employers? R (Davey) v Oxfordshire County Council and beyond… The Equality Act 2010 defines who is ‘disabled’ for the purposes of UK disability discrimination law. It provides that a person is disabled if they [...]

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