||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 436 (Apr)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Peter Clark, Mr J Shrigley and Ms B Switzer
||Christopher Purnell (instructed by Plumstead Community Law Centre) for the employee.
||David Barr (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the employer.
||2 April 2008
Race Relations - Discrimination - Employment - Victimisation - Unfair dismissal - Employment tribunal making findings that employee bringing previous proceedings in order to harass employer - Tribunal finding employer victimising and unfairly dismissing employee in consequence of earlier proceedings - Whether tribunal erring - s 2.
Race Relations Discrimination. Employment Appeal: The employment tribunal had erred in concluding that the employee had been victimised and unfairly dismissed in consequence of earlier proceedings brought against the employer in circumstances where it had held that those proceedings had been brought to harass the employer and its employees.
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