19. Archibald v Fife Council

In this episode I look at the 2004 House of Lords decision in Archibald v Fife Council. This is one of the leading cases on the duty to make reasonable adjustments and shows just how wide that duty can be.

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About Darren Newman

Employment law consultant, trainer, writer and anorak
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1 Response to 19. Archibald v Fife Council

  1. Andrew Stewart says:

    Loved this, we are doing some work with our disAbility staff network and I am going to share this podcast with them

    Like

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