Labour & European Law Review
30 August 2017
Research by Acas published last week has found that employers are not generally aware of the law that applies to trans employees.
In Carvalho Pinto de Sousa Morais v Portugal the European Court of Human Rights has held that it was discriminatory to reduce a 50-year old woman’s compensation for medical negligence on the ground that sex was not as important to her as it would be to someone younger …
The Supreme Court has held in R (on the application of UNISON) v Lord Chancellor that the order introducing employment tribunal fees prevented access to justice and discriminated against women. As such it was unlawful and had to be quashed.