Coote v Granada Hospitality Ltd (No.2) [1999] IRLR 452 EAT

Reports relating to this case:

  • Protection against post-employment victimisation

    Date:
    1 September 1999

    In Coote v Granada Hospitality Ltd (No.2) (19 May 1999) EOR87B, the EAT rules that it is possible to construe the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 so as to enable a claimant to make a victimisation complaint in respect of events that occurred after the employment relationship had terminated.

  • Sex discrimination: Former employee can claim to have been unlawfully victimised

    Date:
    15 July 1999

    In Coote v Granada Hospitality Ltd (No.2), the EAT holds that it is possible to construe the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 so as to enable a claimant to make a victimisation complaint in relation to events that occurred after the employment relationship had terminated.