Discrimination arising from disability: Focus must be on reasons for unfavourable treatment
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Robinson v Department for Work and Pensions  IRLR 884 CA (0 other reports)
Robinson v Department for Work and Pensions  IRLR 884 CA
disability discrimination | discrimination arising from disability | unfavourable treatment | causation
In Robinson v Department for Work and Pensions, the Court of Appeal held that, in a discrimination arising from disability claim, the employment tribunal must focus on the reason for the unfavourable treatment and examine the employer's thought processes.