||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 97 (Sep)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Lindsay J, Miss Holroyd and Mr Springer
||5 September 2002
Employment - Discrimination - Disability - Less favourable treatment - Complainant refused job on medical grounds - Medical officer's recommendation made prior to obtaining all medical evidence which could be sought - Tribunal failing to consider effect of medical evidence obtained after recommendation - Whether tribunal erred in law.
In a disability discrimination case, an employment tribunal erred in law in failing to make findings of fact on the impact of medical evidence, which had been heard in the tribunal but was not obtained before the decision to refuse an employment application.
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