Apparent Bias – Employment Law Blog

Posted November 5th, 2012 in bias, employment tribunals, news, race discrimination by sally

“In Bhardwaj v First Division Association and others, UKEAT/ 0157 & 0158/11/2T, Judgment on 1 November 2012, the EAT (Wilkie J presiding) held that, although one of the circumstances complained of may have required the ET members to have recused themselves on grounds of ‘apparent bias’, had such an application been made, in fact, the agreement of the parties, including the Appellant, that the hearing should continue, notwithstanding the revelation of those circumstances, was effective to act as a waiver of any such ‘apparent bias’ and so the hearing of the claims by the ET, as then constituted, was lawful and effective.”

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Employment Law Blog, 2nd November 2012