Spencer Keen reports on the correct approach to tainted information cases.
It is not acceptable to impose liability for a tainted dismissal on an employer by putting together the acts of one employee with the mental processes of another. A directly discriminatory dismissal requires the person doing the dismissing to have the protected characteristic in his mind at the time of dismissal.
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