Source: All England Reporter
Publisher Citation: [2012] All ER (D) 377 (Jul)
Court: Employment Appeal Tribunal

Langstaff J (President), Mr M Keenan and Mr R Thomson

Representation Sandhya Drew (instructed by Fox Cross Solicitors) for the employee.
  Daniel Gregory (instructed by Law at Work) for the employer.
Judgment Dates: 19 July 2012


Employment - Discrimination against a woman - Dismissal because of pregnancy - Employee being member of bar staff at employer restaurant - Employer starting process of redundancy due to bad trade - Employee stating she was pregnant - Redundancy process continuing - Employee being dismissed - Employee bringing discrimination claim before employment tribunal - Tribunal dismissing claim - Whether tribunal erring.

The Case

Employment Discrimination against a woman. The Employment Appeal Tribunal, in dismissing the employee's appeal against the decision of the employment tribunal, held that the tribunal had been correct to conclude that the employee had been dismissed for reason of redundancy and had not been discriminated against due to her pregnancy at the time of the dismissal.

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