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Can you still discriminate against an ex-employee?

This report relates to 3 case(s)

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    Angel v New Possibilities NHS Trust [2002] ICR 341 EAT (0 other reports)

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    Bond v Hackney Citizens Advice Bureau [2002] ICR 341 EAT (0 other reports)

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    Jones v 3M Healthcare Ltd EAT/0714/00 (3 other reports)

    • Post-termination events

      Date:
      1 June 2002

      In joined appeals in Jones v 3M Healthcare Ltd and other cases, the EAT holds that there is no jurisdiction for employment tribunals to hear disability discrimination cases relating to events after the termination of employment.

    • Case digest

      Date:
      1 June 2002

      Hilary Slater, consultant with Cobbetts solicitors, provides a round-up of decisions on discrimination.

    • EAT ruling throws victimisation laws into state of confusion

      Date:
      1 February 2002

      The law on post-termination victimisation has been thrown into further confusion following a ruling by the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

The EAT has hinted that the House of Lords should make a clear ruling regarding discrimination of ex-staff under the DDA.