Kapadia v Lambeth London Borough Council: CA 4 Jul 2000

The claimant asserted disability discrimination, and consented to a medical report for the purpose of the claim. He was then to be obliged to consent to its release to the other party. To order otherwise would be contrary to the need for expeditious and efficient litigation.


Pill, Schiemann LJJ, Sir Murray Stuart-Smith


Times 04-Jul-2000, [2000] EWCA Civ B1, [2000] IRLR 699




England and Wales


CitedKapadia v London Borough of Lambeth EAT 19-Nov-1998
The Tribunal lifted the stay of the claimant’s claim of disability discrimination. . .
Appeal fromKapadia v London Borough of Lambeth EAT 27-May-1999
The claimant appealed against rejection of his claim for disability discrimination which had been on the ground that his condition did not amount to a disability within section 1(1). He suffered from anxiety, stress, tension and depression.
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Litigation Practice, Employment

Updated: 19 May 2022; Ref: scu.82670