Dunn v The Secretary of State for Justice & Anor  EWCA Civ 1998
Appeal against an EAT decision which overturned an ET judgment in which the Claimant succeeded in 3 of his claims. Appeal dismissed.
Gray v Mulberry Company (Design) Ltd UKEAT/0040/17/DA
Appeal against a decision of the ET that the Claimant did not hold a philosophical belief that was capable of protection under the 2010 Act. Appeal dismissed.
Serco Leisure Operating Ltd v Lau UKEAT/0120/17/RN
Appeal against a finding the Claimant had suffered less favourable treatment under s18 EA 2010 because she was pregnant. Appeal allowed and remitted to the same ET to determine the s18 issue afresh.
Acas launches new religion and belief guidance to help prevent discrimination at work
Workplace experts Acas have published new guidance on religion and belief to help ensure businesses are following the law when it comes to managing staff that have a particular religion, belief or those that don't hold any beliefs.
Amending an ET1 - Case Round-Up: May 2018
In this month's round-up, Mark Shulman, consultant solicitor with Keystone Law, looks at a round-up of recent cases on the relevant issues for ETs when deciding whether to allow an ET1 to be amended.
An assortment of appeals - Case Round-Up: November 2017
In this month's round-up, Mark Shulman, consultant solicitor with Keystone Law, looks at recent appeals in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal.
Michalak v General Medical Council and others  UKSC 71
The GMC was appealing against a decision of the ET that it had jurisdiction to hear the Claimant's complaint of discrimination - the GMC argued that section 120(7) of the Equality Act 2010 meant that the ET did not have jurisdiction to hear the claim, as judicial review already provides for an appeal in these matters. The appeal was dismissed.
Ahir v British Airways Plc  EWCA Civ 1392
Appeal against an EAT decision which upheld the judgment of the ET dismissing the various claims of the Claimant. Appeal dismissed.
Industrial Law Society: Evening Meetings in Nottingham and Bristol - 27 September 2017
The Society is hosting two employment law evening seminars next Wednesday 27 September in Nottingham and Bristol
Trayhorn v Secretary of State for Justice UKEAT/0304/16/RN
Appeal against the dismissal of the Claimant's claims of direct and indirect discrimination on grounds of and related to religious belief. Appeal dismissed.