Lewis v Department for Work & Pensions - What constitutes a reasonable adjustment, and whether the time taken to make it is reasonable, are questions of fact for an employment tribunal  EAT
Mrs Lewis suffered sciatica, a disability, and had a "made to measure" office chair. When this broke it took 20 days to repair, and in the meantime six different substitute chairs were tried for her. She alleged disability discrimination, arguing that there had been a failure to make reasonable adjustments. An employment tribunal dismissed her claim and she appealed.