Post-Employment Victimisation: Saying one thing, meaning another

The Court of Appeal has found that the wording of provisions in the Equality Act was a drafting error, write Kirsti Laird and Clare Davis ‘The court has effectively re-written the law to say almost the exact opposite of a lay person’s interpretation by concluding that the original drafting had to have been an error.’ …
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