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Brunel University and another v Vaseghi and another

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admissibility of evidence | settlement discussions | without prejudice

In Brunel University and another v Vaseghi and another EAT/0307/06, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that the need to get to the truth in discrimination cases can override the rule that prevents settlement discussions between parties' representatives from being admissible as evidence.

Professor Vaseghi brought a race discrimination claim.