Olalekan v Serco Ltd [2019] UKEAT 0189/18

Race discrimination: hypothetical comparators- a person who was otherwise a suitable comparator was not rendered unsuitable merely because a different decision maker was involved.

This case concerns the use of comparators in a race discrimination claim and whether it made a difference that the complainant’s case was decided on internally by a different decision maker to that of the comparators.

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