||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 86 (Oct)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge McMullen QC, Mr D Chadwick and Dr K Mohanty
||Clive Sheldon (instructed by Lewis Silkin) for the employee.
||Andrew Hochhauser QC and Paul Epstein (instructed by Farrer & Co) for the appellants.
||10 October 2005
Employment - Sex discrimination - Discrimination against a woman - Victimisation - Employee made redundant following variation of contract - Employment tribunal upholding employee's complaints - Whether tribunal erring in reaching its decision.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal allowed the appeal solely against the employment tribunal's finding that the employee had been victimised. The appeal tribunal had been satisfied that in reaching that conclusion the tribunal had misunderstood and misconstrued the evidence.
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