Discrimination: Religious or philosophical belief – exploring the boundaries of legal protection

Joanna Chatterton and Ed Livingstone examine the case law and new Acas guidance on religion and belief discrimination ‘Employers should be wary of relying too heavily on the scenarios set out in Acas’s new guidance, as the Employment Appeal Tribunal decision in Bakkali shows.’ In May 2018, Acas published new guidance on religion and belief …
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Cases Referenced

  • Bakkali v Greater Manchester Buses (South) Ltd t/a Stage Coach Manchester [2018] UKEAT/0176/17/RN
  • Conway v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] ET case no 2205162/13
  • Grainger plc & ors v Nicholson [2009] UKEAT/0219/09/0311
  • Greater Manchester Police Authority v Power [2009] UKEAT/0434/09
  • Hussain v Bhullar Bros t/a BB Supersave [2004] ET case no 1806638/04
  • Ladele v London Borough of Islington [2009] EWCA Civ 1357
  • Lisk v Shield Guardian Co Ltd & ors [2011] ET case no 3300873/11
  • Saini v National Offender Management Services & ors [2015] ET case no 220542/15