‘Common law’ is law created by judges when giving decisions on actual disputes. The doctrine of precedent states that the decisi...
Relevance of knowledge, and key points An employer has a defence to the reasonable adjustment duty if it did not know, and could not reasona...
For direct discrimination and harassment, it need not be the claimant who has the disability under the Equality Act. Summary Discrimination ...
 Summary This page deals with harassment under s.26(1) Equality Act 2010, which applies to most protected characteristics. Two other types o...
Summary Direct discrimination effectively sets a boundary to the objective justification defence, since this defence is not available for di...
Measures being taken to treat or correct an impairment are discounted in deciding whether it has a long-term substantial effect so as to be ...