Briefing Note on the Judgment in the Judicial Review Rowley v The Cabinet Office The Cabinet Office discriminated against Katie Rowley by failing to make reasonable adjustments (in breach of s.20(5)) in respect of the absence of British sign …Read More
Articles have appeared online overnight celebrating the first ‘un-locked’ sporting event at the Sheffield Crucible Theatre for the World Snooker Championships. This is regarded by the Events Research Programme (ERP) (led by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport …Read More
Meet Carrie Clewes, a Fry Law Associate who has been busy spreading cheer to our clients on the run up to Christmas, with a winning streak of cases and fantastic reviews from our clients. We’ll be uploading some of Carrie’s recent results shortly, but recent cases have included reasonable adjustments for a Deaf client, an age discrimination case, and a claim against the DWP for hosting assessments in inaccessible venues.
DLA Briefings vol 70 935-947 disabled impact CF We’re pleased that the Discrimination Law Association have published an article written by Cathy Casserley at Cloisters Chambers, and Chris Fry which summarises of the issues affecting disabled people which have arisen …Read More
You may have read last week that, following a threatened application for interim injunctive relief Tesco’s legal team agreed to make reasonable adjustments for Fry Law client Joanne Baskett. Joanne is single parent to a 17 year old child who …Read More
The Discrimination Law Association annual conference always signals the start of a busy conference season for us, and this year’s focus on disability discrimination saw Chris Fry contributing ‘from the stage’ last week. Chris hosted a workshop on how to …Read More
The Equality Act duties to anticipate the needs of disabled service users and to make reasonable adjustments extends to management companies or housing associations of private residents according to the case of James Plummer v Royal Herbert Freehold Limited , …Read More