A charity law service which provides free legal advice for disabled people has successfully opposed claims for sex discrimination, harassment, and victimisation by a former employee.

Fay Matin who had been employed as a paralegal/triage adviser for less than eight months by the Disibility Law Service of Oval Way, London, made the legal claims against her former employers at London South Employment Tribunal.

She also made references to the Data Protection Act and the Human Rights Act.

The respondents opposed the claims and denied the allegations and a ...

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