As well as claims for discrimination within the workplace, our lawyers are also able to assist in other discrimination claims brought under the Equality Act 2010. The Equality Act 2010 prescribes a list of 9 protected characteristics and sets out prohibited discrimination on the grounds of these characteristics.
Discrimination is usually unlawful if the reason for the discrimination is one of the following 9 protected characteristics:
- Gender Reassignment.
- Marriage and Civil Partnership.
- Pregnancy and Maternity.
- Religion or belief.
- Sexual Orientation.
Our team have experience in both bringing and defending claims for discrimination within the housing sector, education, against a private club, a society or organisation, and in the provision of goods and services. This includes claims in the Civil Court and also the SEND Tribunal (First-tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability)).
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