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First Group v Paulley: Towards Accessible and Inclusive Public Transport?

First Group v Paulley: Towards Accessible and Inclusive Public Transport?
First Group Bus v Paulley is the first UK Supreme Court (or House of Lords) case on reasonable adjustments in non-employment contexts. The case, which was supported by the Equality and Human Rights Commission , has clear significance for wheelchair users and providers of public transport. Further, and despite being frequently (and unhelpfully) depi...
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Catherine Casserley to speak on 'Using the Equality Act 2010 to improve access to public transport'

Catherine Casserley to speak on 'Using the Equality Act 2010 to improve access to public transport'
On the 23 rd February Catherine Casserley will present on the topic of using the Equality Act 2010 to improve access to public transport. She will be joined by Joanna Owen and Mark Stone from Equality and Human Rights Commissions and Transport for All. Catherine Casserley represented Doug Paulley in this case at the Supreme Court. Date: 23 February...
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