Gay v Sophos Plc - reverse burden of proof and the rigid application of the two-stage test

In applying the "reverse burden of proof" in discrimination cases, a tribunal is not obliged to rigidly follow the two-stage test from Igen v Wong. If it makes positive findings that the acts complained of were motivated by something other than the proscribed factor, then the burden of proof has been discharged.  

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