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Employment and Discrimination Law | Friday 6 December 2019

Sikh blocked from working at top London hotels over "no beards" policy wins £7,000 in compensation for religious discrimination

Mukhtiar Singh of the Garden Court Chambers Employment Law Team represented the claimant.

Mukhtiar Singh

Employment and Discrimination Law | Friday 29 November 2019

Law Society Gazette reports on Employment Appeal Tribunal Parkin v Leeds Council

Mukhtiar Singh of the Garden Court Chambers Employment Team was instructed by Mrs Parkin under the Direct Public Access Scheme.

Mukhtiar Singh

Employment and Discrimination Law | Monday 21 October 2019

A security officer based at BBC New Broadcasting House has won an unfair dismissal claim against his employer, Interserve

David Renton of Garden Court Chambers represented Bectu member Oluwagbemi Ogundolie, a security officer based at BBC New Broadcasting House.

David Renton

Administrative and Public Law, Children Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Thursday 17 October 2019

Garden Court Chambers ranked in Band 1 in Chambers UK Bar Guide 2020

We are delighted to have once again been ranked in Band 1 by Chambers and Partners in the Chambers UK Bar Guide 2020.

Employment and Discrimination Law | Thursday 7 March 2019

Essop & Others v Home Office landmark indirect race and age discrimination claims finally settle for over £1 million three days into hearing

Nicola Braganza was instructed by Kate Lea of Thompsons Solicitors and acted on behalf of 47 PCS members, and was also instructed by Marion Scovell of Prospect on behalf of a further Prospect member.

Nicola Braganza

Employment and Discrimination Law | Tuesday 26 February 2019

Economist Olwen Renowden wins sex discrimination case against Office for National Statistics

David Renton represented Olwen Renowden and was instructed by Jane Copley of Prospect.

David Renton

Employment and Discrimination Law, Administrative and Public Law | Wednesday 5 April 2017

Landmark Supreme Court victory on indirect discrimination

Nicola Braganza of the Garden Court employment, discrimination and public law teams represented all 49 appellants.

Nicola Braganza

Employment and Discrimination Law | Friday 10 March 2017

Nicola Braganza of Garden Court wins indirect sex discrimination case against Scottish manufacturer

A Scottish manufacturer has been told to reinstate a respected HR professional after being found guilty of unfair dismissal and unlawful sex discrimination.

Nicola Braganza

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