Unison v Jervis - Discrimination claims against trade union [2006] EAT

The Watford employment tribunal ruled that UNISON had been "guilty" of sex and race discrimination by providing witness statements to solicitors acting for an employer who was facing sex and race discrimination claims brought by an aggrieved employee of Afro-Carribean origin.

The EAT has allowed UNISON's appeal saying that there was no evidence to show even prima facie that the union's action was discriminatory.

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