Fu v London Borough of Camden  IRLR 186 EAT
Reports relating to this case:
- 1 March 2002
The complexities of the Disability Discrimination Act make it easy to slip up in practice. There are areas in which occupational health and personnel practitioners really need to be on their toes
- 1 July 2001
The meaning of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) as it has been interpreted by the employment tribunals and the appellate courts is examined here in the second of a two-part series. Part One (EOR 94) looked at the meaning of "disability".
Disability discrimination: Justification depended on whether possibility of reasonable adjustments was properly considered
- 15 March 2001
In Fu v London Borough of Camden, the EAT holds that an employment tribunal erred in law in not asking itself to what extent, if at all, an employee's medical condition, which had resulted in her long-term absence from work, so supervened the possibility of reasonable adjustments that her employer was justified in not making them.