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Martin v Devonshires Solicitors - dismissal of employee who has raised grievances is not necessarily victimisation

An employer who has dismissed an employee or subjected him to some other detriment in response to a complaint of discrimination will not be "guilty" of unlawful victimisation if the reason for the dismissal or detriment was not the complaint itself but a feature of the complaint that is "properly separable" from the substance of the complaint, such that it amounts to "some other substantial reason" justifying dismissal.

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