EAT DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION – ‘Associative’ discrimination
The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 can be interpreted so as to apply to ‘associative’ discrimination as required by the decision of the European Court of Justice ( ICR 1128)
Underhill J P
 UKEAT 0071 – 09 – 3010, Times 05-Nov-2009,  ICR 242
Disability Discrimination Act 1995
England and Wales
See Also – Attridge Law (A Firm of Solicitors) v Coleman and Law EAT 20-Dec-2006
The claimant asserted associative disability discrimination. She was the carer for her disabled son.
Held: To succeed the claimant would have to show that associative discrimination was prohibited by the directive and that the 1995 Act could . .
ECJ Opinion – S Coleman v Attridge Law, Steve Law ECJ 31-Jan-2008
ECJ (Opinion) The claimant accepted voluntary redundancy, but then alleged disability discrimination and constructive dismissal. She claimed to have been subjected to unfair treatment because she had a disabled . .
At ECJ – S. Coleman v Attridge Law, Steve Law ECJ 17-Jul-2008
ECJ Social policy – Directive 2000/78/EC – Equal treatment in employment and occupation – Articles 1, 2(1), (2)(a) and (3) and 3(1)(c) – Direct discrimination on grounds of disability – Harassment related to . .
At ECJ – Coleman v Attridge Law, Law ECJ 17-Jul-2008
ECJ Grand Chamber – Social policy – Directive 2000/78/EC – Equal treatment in employment and occupation – Articles 1, 2(1), (2)(a) and (3) and 3(1)(c) – Direct discrimination on grounds of disability – Harassment . .
Cited – J v DLA Piper UK Llp EAT 15-Jun-2010
EAT DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION – Disability
Job offer to Claimant withdrawn allegedly as a result of her disclosing a history of depression – On a preliminary issue Tribunal holds that at the material time . .
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Updated: 06 September 2021; Ref: scu.377542