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|1 Jun 2010||Using Fit Notes in Personal Injury and Tribunal Claims||David Christie, Proactive Employment Lawyers||ELA Briefing||The introduction of statements of fitness for work - commonly referred to as `fit notes' - has changed the landscape of sickness absence management in the UK.|
|1 Nov 2009||In Review - Disability Discrimination in Employment Law||Stephen Levinson, RadcliffesLeBrasseur||ELA Briefing|
|1 Oct 2009||In Brief - Disability Hurdle Lowered||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke||ELA Briefing||The meaning of 'likely' has been changed from 'more probable than not' to 'could well happen' in a landmark case with far-reaching consequences|
|21 Aug 2009||Barrier to professional advancement not an 'adverse effect' under the DDA||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||Employment News||In Chief Constable of Lothian and Borders Police v Cumming the EAT has held that a person's inability to meet the physical requirements for entry into a profession is not a relevant adverse effect on ...|
|1 Apr 2009||In Brief - Court Rules on Adjustments||Clive Howard, Russell Jones & Walker||ELA Briefing||In Matuszowicz v Kingston upon Hull City Council (2009) EWCA Civ 22, the Court of Appeal has clarified the application of time limits to the duty to carry out reasonable adjustments under the Disabili...|
|1 Mar 2009||In Brief - A Busy Year Ahead||Richard Linskell, Campbell Hooper||ELA Briefing||
After a period of relative calm, 2009 is going to be a busy year on the legislative front for employment lawyers. You will no doubt be eagerly awaiting the imminent demise of the statutory procedur...
|1 Mar 2009||Child Support Agency (Dudley) v Truman||David Sillitoe, Lyons Davidson||ELA Briefing||The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that the comparator preferred by the House of Lords in London Borough of Lewisham v Malcolm applies in the employment law context. David Sillitoe reports|
|5 Feb 2009||EAT confirms Malcolm decision applies in employment context||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||Employment News||In Child Support Agency (Dudley) v Truman the EAT has confirmed that the comparator test for disability-related discrimination established by the House of Lords in Mayor and Burgesses of the London Bo...|
|6 Jan 2009||Response on Amending the Disability Discrimination 1995 to include Indirect Discrimination||Consultations|
|1 Jan 2009||SCA Packaging v Boyle||Adam Ohringer, 2 Gray's Inn Square Chambers||ELA Briefing||
Northern Ireland's Court of Appeal has dramatically reinterpreted the meaning of `disability' under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. Will SCA Packaging v Boyle, which has so far gone unnotic...