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Employment & Discrimination Newsletter

August 2019 
Edited by Joseph England

Case Law Review
Mark Green appears in the Court of Appeal on two separate appeals, including on an important case about limitation and time limits. Click here for more information.
Cost awards in Tribunals: Karen Moss successful in the EAT. Click here to view more.
Mark Green appointed to the Attorney General's B Panel. Click here for more information.
Simon Tibbitts in 10 day race discrimination trial for the MoJ receiving widespread media coverage.
A practical guide to ET preparation and procedure: Stephen Wyeth gives talk for the ELA.
Five government consultations launched this month: Joseph England explains here.
Enhanced protection from redundancy for pregnant women and new parents - Joseph England explains the changes announced.
As part of our ongoing series of seminars, on 5 July Katherine Anderson delivered training on recent cases to solicitor clients and practitioners in 3PB's Bristol office.
Case Law Review
When is an employer deemed to have knowledge of a disability for the purpose of s.15 EqA 2010?

A. Ltd v Z. UKEAT/0273/18/RA

By Karen Moss
The Supreme Court gives its view on restrictive covenants

Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd [2019] UKSC 32

By Daniel Brown
Offensive image shared on Facebook not 'in the course of employment'

Forbes v LHR Airport Ltd UKEAT/0174/18/DA

By Daniel Brown
EAT: Covert recordings and impact on remedy

Phoenix Housing Ltd v Tatiana Stockman

By Grace Nicholls
The justification of 'positive action' under the Equality Act and exceptions for charities

R (Z&A) v London Borough of Hackney and Agudas Usrael Housing Association Ltd [2019] EWCA Civ 1099

By Naomi Webber
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