18th October, 2010

Matthew Snarr Jelic v Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police [2010]

Matthew has published an article in the ELA Briefing on the case of Jelic v CC of South Yorkshire Police [2010]. Matthew successfully represented Mr Jelic at first instance and before the employment appeal tribunal in establishing that the provisions of the disability discrimination act 1995 require employers to positively consider swapping a disabled employee’s job with a non-disabled employee’s job as a reasonable adjustment.

Click here to read the article. Click here to read the case.

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