Former solicitor sues former firm for disability discrimination

Claimant alleged to have had 'problems' with a female member of staff

16 Oct 2014

Claimant alleged to have had 'problems' with a female member of staff

A well-known Midlands lawyer is hoping to win possibly the most crucial case of his life - as a claimant.

Jeremy Geere, who has represented numerous clients for years at Birmingham's Employment Tribunal, has made claims for disability discrimination and harassment at the tribunal against Anthony Collins Solicitors of Edmund Street.

The firm employed Geere for ten years. He then became a caseworker for the Citizens Advice Bureau dealing only with race discrimination cases and later ran an independent charity t...

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