Famy v Hilton UK Hotels Ltd - Race discrimination and burden of proof [2006] EAT

An employee's race discrimination claims, based primarily on the employer's failure to promote him over many years, failed.

The employee appealed to the EAT. The EAT has now found against him.

He had not demonstrated any evidence from which the original Tribunal could infer race discrimination and so the burden of proof did not shift to the employer to disprove his accusations.

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