||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 162 (Jan)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Peter Clark, Dr K Mohanty and Mr D G Smith
||Melanie Tether (instructed by OH Parsons & Partners) for the employees.
||Thomas Linden QC (instructed by Baker & McKenzie LLP) for the employer.
||20 January 2010
Employment tribunal - Jurisdiction - Claim - Territorial scope - Employees Hong Kong based cabin crew claiming unlawful age and race discrimination in employment tribunal - Employer contending that employees working outside of British jurisdiction - Tribunal deciding that it having jurisdiction to entertain claims - Whether tribunal correct - s 8 - Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006, SI 2006/1031, reg 10.
Employment tribunal Jurisdiction. The Employment Appeal Tribunal held, dismissing the employer's appeal, that the employment tribunal's finding that it had jurisdiction to entertain claims of unlawful age and race discrimination made by the employees, who were cabin crew employed on Hong Kong to London flights, was correct and not to be disturbed.
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