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Applicant does not have to show reasonable adjustment

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In Cosgrove v Caesar & Howie the EAT has ruled that the burden is on the employer to show that there was no duty of reasonable adjustment in respect of a disabled person, rather than on the disabled person to show what adjustment would have been reasonable.

Veronica Cosgrove was employed as a legal secretary by Caesar & Howie solicitors.