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Burden on employer to rebut statistical evidence

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    Greater Manchester Police Authority v Lea [1990] IRLR 372 EAT (0 other reports)

In Greater Manchester Police Authority v Lea (26 April 1990) EOR33C, the EAT holds that statistical perfection is not required to establish disparate impact in an indirect discrimination case. An employer disputing the complainant's statistics can put in its own rebuttal evidence.