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DISCRIMINATION LAW: Uncharted territory

30 October 2015  

Three recent decisions have pushed the boundaries of who can bring discrimination claims, write Tabitha Georghiou and Matthew Ramsey

Discrimination law has traditionally been seen as a means of protecting individuals who fall into a closed list of disadvantaged groups.


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  • Case(s) Referenced:

    Case C 83/14 CHEZ Razpredelenie Bulgaria Ad v Komisia Za Zashtita Ot Diskriminatsia [2015] ECJ (Grand Chamber), 16 July

    Case C-303/06 Coleman v Attridge Law & anor [2008] ECR I-05603

    EAD Solicitors & ors v Abrams [2015] UKEAT/0054/15/DM

    Hainsworth v Ministry of Defence [2014] EWCA Civ 763

    Hall v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police [2015] UKEAT/0057/15/LA

    Thompson v London Central Bus Company Ltd [2015] UKEAT/0108/15/DM

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