London Borough of Lewisham v Malcolm  IRLR 700 HL
Reports relating to this case:
- 29 September 2008
In London Borough of Lewisham v Malcolm  IRLR 700, the House of Lords held that the comparator for the purposes of disability-related discrimination should be construed narrowly, contrary to the Court of Appeal ruling in Clark v TDG t/a Novacold. It also held that disability discrimination cannot be established unless the alleged discriminator knew that the complainant was disabled.
- 5 August 2008
This week's case of the week, provided by Addleshaw Goddard, covers disability discrimination.
- 2 July 2008
In a decision that could have a significant impact on employment cases, the House of Lords has overturned the Court of Appeal decision that a disabled tenant was discriminated against by his landlord.