Fletcher-Cooke v Hampton School: EAT 15 Feb 2007

EAT Disability Discrimination – Compensation
Appellant claimed that the Employment Tribunal had applied the wrong test (balance of probabilities, rather than loss of chance) in assessing future losses in a disability discrimination case. It had also failed to make an award for loss of BUPA membership.
Held: the Employment Tribunal did not apply the wrong test and there was no evidence in relation to the BUPA claim. The cross-appeal relating to mitigation of loss, perversity and aggravated damages also failed.
Reid QC J
[2007] UKEAT 0366 – 06 – 1502
England and Wales
Cited by:
Appeal fromFletcher-Cooke v Hampton School CA 27-Jun-2007
The claimant appealed refusal of her claim for disability discrimination and unfair dismissal. . .

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