Eversheds sex discrimination appeal rejected by employment tribunal
Eversheds has seen its attempt to appeal an Employment Tribunal ruling finding the firm guilty of sex discrimination against a former male associate dismissed. A judgment from the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) issued yesterday (6 April) dismissed Eversheds' appeal on liability - standing by the original decision, delivered in March 2010, that Eversheds unfairly chose former Leeds real estate associate John de Belin for redundancy over a female colleague on maternity leave.
An attempt by Eversheds to appeal an Employment Tribunal ruling finding the firm guilty of sex discrimination against an ex-associate has been dismissed.
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