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British Medical Association v Chaudhary

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    British Medical Association v Chaudhary [2007] IRLR 800 CA (0 other reports)

race discrimination | professional bodies | indirect discrimination | victimisation

In British Medical Association v Chaudhary [2007] EWCA Civ 788 CA, the Court of Appeal has overturned a decision awarding £814,877 to a surgeon who claimed that the British Medical Association (BMA) had discriminated against him by failing to support his race discrimination claims against regulatory medical bodies.

Mr Chaudhary, who is of Asian origin, was a member of the BMA, the professional body for doctors.