Taylor v Dumfries & Galloway Citizens Advice Services - Compensation calculation [2006] EAT Scotland

Mr Taylor won a disability discrimination claim. Although he won an appeal against amount of compensation, the increased award was itself reduced to take account of incapacity benefit. Mr Taylor appealed again, claiming that reduction was wrong, that the salary figure used as their basis for awarding compensation was wrong and that they should have awarded interest. The Employment Appeal Tribunal dismissed the appeal and insisted the cross appeal pending a reference back to the tribunal in respect of certain specific questions.

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