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Welsh v Bendel & Anor - addition of third party as respondent to claim

The EAT judgment headnote reads:

A Respondent to a claim for discrimination applied successfully to an Employment Judge for a further Respondent to be sisted as being primarily liable for the harassment which was said to have occurred. An appeal was not resisted, and was allowed on the basis that Beresford v Sovereign House Estates had earlier decided the issue of principle at EAT level, and the Appeal Tribunal was not persuaded (nor was it argued) that Beresford was wrongly decided.

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