Tagged: Work

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Making the law work for Deaf people

Originally posted on the RAD Deaf Law Centre blog, Making the law work for Deaf people. It’s a well established fact that RAD Deaf Law Centre’s vision is “making the law work for Deaf...

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Settling cases

Last month I advised a client to settle his case for an undisclosed sum. I believe he made the right decision. We went on to sign the COT3 agreement and the sum was paid...

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Equality Act 2010

On 1 October 2010, the new Equality Act 2010 (“the EA”) came into force. It’s basically an amalgamation of the infamous Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (“the DDA”) with the Race Relations Act 1976, the...

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Tribunal advocacy

Right, we know there are not many Deaf lawyers in the UK. We know that there are even fewer Deaf lawyers undertaking advocacy in tribunals and court. I’m one of them. As an employment...