Employment Tribunal unequivocal on discrimination stance as gay lawyer wins action – The Lawyer

“A gay lawyer who discovered a note from one of his firm’s partners that accused him of giving work to his ‘batty boy mate’ has won a discrimination fight against the firm.”

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The Lawyer, 28th March 2011

Source: www.thelawyer.com

1 Response to “Employment Tribunal unequivocal on discrimination stance as gay lawyer wins action – The Lawyer”


  1. 1 Andrew March 31, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    As an observer at the trial it was interesting to see on the final day of the proceedings that Antony Brown tried to adduce new evidence into the case. This new evidence was the Ali G DVD “Ali G IndaHouse”. Brown wanted to play part of the movie to the judges to show that the use of the term “batty boy” was used in the movie and this was shown up and down the country in cinemas. The judges did not wish to watch the DVD


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