Eagle Place Services Ltd (1) Staples (2) Dray (3) v Rudd - Dismissal due to implications of reasonable adjustments was unlawful discrimination [2009] EAT

The EAT established the limits to what is required of a comparator in a disability discrimination case: it then held that, once reasonable adjustments are in place, it will be discriminatory to subsequently dismiss a disabled employee because of the perceived financial implications of such adjustments: the dismissal cannot be justified by arguing that any employee giving rise to the same implications would be dismissed.

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