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18th January, 2013

Lena Amartey successfully represents Balfour Beatty Engineering Services Limited in EAT

Lena Amartey recently represented the Respondent in resisting an appeal against a Tribunal judgement on the pool of selection in a redundancy exercise. The Applicant also unsuccessfully sought to appeal the Tribunal's judgement on the application and interpretation of section 15 Equality Act 2010 (Discrimination arising from disability).

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