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Originating application does not have to make prima facie equal value case

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    Dennehy v Sealink UK Ltd [1987] IRLR 120 EAT (0 other reports)

In Dennehy v Sealink UK Ltd (21.11.86) EOR12B, the EAT rules that an originating application does not have to disclose a prima facie case that a complainant is employed on work of equal value with her comparator. Whether there are no reasonable grounds for bringing the complaint should not be determined until hearing the evidence, including any evidence submitted on behalf of the applicant by an expert witness.