This talk provided by Katherine Fudakowski and Tara O’Halloran considers discrimination in goods and services under Part 3 of the Equality Act 2010. It provides an overview of the duties of service providers, including the anticipatory duty to make reasonable adjustments for disabled service users, and explains how to bring or defend a claim.
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Thomson Reuters, old square chambers, personal injury, discrimination, goods services, disability
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