Evidence in Disability Cases: where are we now? By Matthew Curtis

4th May 2017

Matthew Curtis reviews some recent decisions regarding evidential issues in disability discrimination cases, with a particular focus on:

  • Stress as a disability
  • Principal’s liability for acts of their agents
  • Knowledge of disability, in particular who has to know for a claim to succeed?
  • Indirect discrimination: the standard of evidence required
  • Dismissing for long-term absence where there is late evidence from the employee

To read Matthew’s full analysis, please click here.