Posts Tagged “Equality Act”

Victimisation after employment ends – Jessemey v Rowstock in the Court of Appeal

by Laurie Anstis on February 26, 2014

Last year I wrote about the problem with section 108(7) of the Equality Act 2010, which appeared to suggest that victimisation after employment ended was not covered by the Equality Act. This resulted in two contradictory decisions of the EAT (…)

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Draft Deregulation Bill published

by Laurie Anstis on July 1, 2013

The government have today published their Deregulation Bill. As anticipated in the Queen’s Speech, clause 2 of the Deregulation Bill removes the power for an employment tribunal to make so-called “wider recommendations” as a remedy for a successful discrimination claim. (…)

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The Equality Act – victimisation after employment has ended

by Laurie Anstis on May 1, 2013

There is a problem with the drafting of the Equality Act 2010. Victimisation, which in this sense means disadvantaging someone because they have brought a discrimination claim, or done “any … thing for the purposes of or in connection with (…)

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Employment tribunals will have the power to order equal pay audits

by Laurie Anstis on June 14, 2012

The Home Office has been busy recently with consultations on the abolition of the Equality Act third party harassment provisions and the employment tribunal’s power to make wide recommendations and discrimination questionnaires. All of this left open the question of what was to (…)

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Seldon v Clarkson Wright and Jakes in the Supreme Court

by Laurie Anstis on April 25, 2012

The case of Seldon v Clarkson Wright and Jakes has been something of an obsession for this blog, accounting for three individual posts looking at the case and its implications. We now have the full judgment (pdf) and the useful press summary (pdf) from the (…)

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