||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 439 (Mar)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Pugsley, Mr S Springer and Miss S Wilson
||The complainant appeared by her representative.
||Martyn Barklem (instructed by Colman Coyle) for the respondent.
||13 November 2002
Discrimination - Sex discrimination - Employment - Victimisation - Complainant alleging sex discrimination but not pleading victimisation - Employment tribunal findings prejudicial treatment against complainant not for reason of gender reassignment - Tribunal not having jurisdiction to make findings of victimisation for other reason.
In proceedings before the employment tribunal, where a complainant had not advanced a case based on victimisation due to the fact that she had brought other proceedings against the respondent as the reason for the respondent prejudicial conduct against her, the tribunal had no jurisdiction to make such findings in relation to victimisation.
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