Brumfitt v Ministry of Defence and another [2005] IRLR 4 EAT

Reports relating to this case:

  • Harassment: Actual or hypothetical comparator required in harassment cases

    11 March 2005

    In Brumfitt v Ministry of Defence and another, the EAT holds that in all cases of direct sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, a male comparator, whether actual or hypothetical, is required.

  • Case round up

    1 March 2005

    Sally Logan and Polly Meudell of Addleshaw Goddard bring you comprehensive update on the latest decisions that could affect your organisation and provide advice on what to do about them.