Fullerton v Interights International Centre For The Legal Protection Of Human Rights UKEAT/0251/09/RN
Appeal against decision that complaints of race discrimination, racial harassment and sex discrimination should be dismissed as the claimant had not complied with s 32(2). Appeal succeeded. Also, the EAT held that the ET had erred in law in holding that the claimant was time barred from proceeding with discrimination complaints and ruled that the merits Tribunal should decide time points entirely afresh. Cross appeals from the employer failed.
Eweida v British Airways Plc  EWCA Civ 80
Appeal against EAT finding that there had been no indirect discrimination, though if there had it would have been unjustified, arising from a dress code which forbade the appellant from wearing a cross. Appeal dismissed.
Age Concern Newcastle Upon Tyne v Brady UKEAT 0187/09/JOJ
Appeal against finding that discrimination had occurred on the grounds that the finding had not been based on a claim advanced by the claimant. Appeal dismissed.
Abiola v North Yorkshire County Council & Ors UKEAT 0369/08/0701
The appeal of an unsuccessful Claimant on perversity grounds against the dismissal of his claims for discrimination on the grounds of race and victimisation failed on the facts.