Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis v Nagy: EAT 22 Sep 2004

EAT A tribunal did not err in refusing to strike out claims of sex discrimination made by a civilian employee of a police force for a claim applying the principle in Chief Constable of Cumbria v McGlennon [2002] ICR 1156 and under the Equal Treatment Directive in Chief Constable of Kent Police v Baskerville [2003] ICR 1463 should be heard unless it is certain to fail. The part of the claim in respect of the investigation of an officer under police discipline regulations is certain to fail: Yearwood v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis UKEAT/0310/03.

Judges:

McMullen QC

Citations:

[2004] UKEAT 0399 – 04 – 2209

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Updated: 27 June 2022; Ref: scu.218987