Omooba v Michael Garret Associates

Hello everyone and thank you for joining us for another case of the week update. For everyone that missed our last update about a whistleblowing claim, you can find that here. This week, we are looking at whether a Christian actress can be fairly dismissed from a lesbian role in the case of Omooba v [...]

Closed Minds at Open University? – Academic Wins Tribunal Case Over Gender Critical Views

This month saw another claim in the rising number of unfair dismissal cases determined in favour of gender critical employees. Professor Jo Pheonix, a lesbian who set up the Gender Critical Research Network at the university was found to have suffered victimisation, harassment, and direct discrimination by the Employment Tribunal this month. A colleague of [...]

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Mr S Famojuro v Boots Management Services Ltd and Mrs E Walker

Hello again and welcome back to our case of the week. This week is Anti-Bullying Week 2023 which takes place between 13th - 17th November and we’ll be looking at a recent case of a pharmacist who succeeded in his claims of harassment related to race. Last week’s case involved dismissal of an employee for failing [...]