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Algorithms, Apps and Artificial Intelligence: The Next Frontier in Discrimination Law?

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Wednesday 4 July 2018 from 18:00 to 19:30 Robin Allen QC and Dee Masters will jointly deliver a talk on the interplay between technology and discrimination law at an upcoming Practioner Group Meeting at the Discrimination Law Association.  Following the popularity of the their Algorithms, Apps and Artifical Intelligence blog, Robin and Dee wil...
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Tribunal erred in rejecting Shared Parental Leave claim

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Hextall v Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police EAT allows appeal: ET erred in its dismissal of indirect discrimination claim.  Rachel Crasnow QC , specialist in workplace rights, considers the latest appeal in the Shared Parental Leave saga. SUMMARY : Yesterday the EAT found that the ET erred in adopting for the purposes of Mr Hextall’s in...
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Constructive knowledge of disability: Donelien v Liberata UK Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 129

In this blog Nathaniel Caiden considers yesterday’s judgment by the Court of Appeal that concerned constructive knowledge of disability - Donelien v Liberata UK Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 129 (in which Tom Brown appeared throughout for the successful party). HR professionals, employers, lawyers and courts all have to deal with the sometimes fraught questi...
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Claire McCann and Navid Pourghazi to speak at ELA Conference

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Tuesday 20 March 2018, 9:30am - 5:30pm  Discrimination: The Law and Strategy presented by The Employment Lawyers Association is a two day conference. Cloister's Claire McCann and Navid Pourghazi will deliver an introduction to the concepts of discrimination. Their session will identify key discrimination concepts, including identifying protect...
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Ayodele v Citylink: burden of proof orthodoxy restored

Daniel Dyal considers the latest decision of the Court of Appeal on the burden of proof. It was 10.29 am on 10 August 2017 and all employment lawyers were sure they understood how the burden of proof provisions at s.136 Equality Act 2010 worked. It was all about Igen v Wong [2005] ICR 931 with a dash of refinement from Madarassy v Nomura Internatio...
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