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Indirect religion and belief discrimination: Did an employee suffer indirect discrimination because of her beliefs about copyright?

Indirect religion and belief discrimination: Did an employee suffer indirect discrimination because of her beliefs about copyright?

The Court of Appeal has dismissed an employee’s claim that she suffered indirect discrimination because of her belief in her right to own copyright an ...

Race discrimination: The dangers of not giving an honest reason for a dismissal

Race discrimination: The dangers of not giving an honest reason for a dismissal

An employer who lied about the reason for a dismissal was trying to cover up a dismissal tainted by stereotypical assumptions about race.  

Legal advice privilege: Leaked email from a solicitor was legally privileged

Legal advice privilege: Leaked email from a solicitor was legally privileged

The Court of Appeal has overturned an EAT decision and held that a solicitor’s leaked email did not fall foul of the “iniquity principle” and it was l ...

Religion and belief discrimination: Beliefs about transgenderism were not protected by discrimination legislation

Religion and belief discrimination: Beliefs about transgenderism were not protected by discrimination legislation

A Christian doctor whose beliefs about transgenderism prevented him from referring to transgender patients by their chosen pronouns was not subjected ...

Live Webinar: Bitesize Employment Law Update

Live Webinar: Bitesize Employment Law Update

Expert Employment Partner from DAC Beachcroft Katy Horner hosts a live webinar on behalf of HPMA looking employment law.

New DHSC Consultation on Annual Allowance

New DHSC Consultation on Annual Allowance

The DHSC has responded to continuing concerns about how the operation of the tapered annual allowance is affecting the delivery of NHS services, by la ...