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Employment law specialist Peter Nicholson writes in the Discrimination Law Association’s briefing

In this article he discusses the case of Naeem v Secretary of State for Justice [2015] EWCA Civ 1264 in which the Court of Appeal found that it was necessary to establish the underlying reason for apparent disparate impact in the context of an indirect discrimination claim.

Disparity alone did not constitute indirect discrimination (Discrimination Law Association Briefing 778, March 2016)


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