16th June, 2014

Tom Gilbart Succeeds in Striking Out Discrimination Claims against NHS Trust

Mr Gilbart has succeeded in an application to strike out claims of disability discrimination brought against a major NHS Trust.

Having heard written and oral submissions at a Preliminary Hearing, the Employment Judge sitting at Manchester Employment Tribunal concluded that “the interests of justice could only be satisfied by striking out the complaints of discrimination”.

Mr Gilbart appears on behalf of respondents and claimants in all areas of employment law and his Employment CV can be found here.



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