Burden of proof

Igen v Wong [2005] ICR 9311 is one of the most important cases covering the burden of proof in discrimination cases. The case, in summary, concluded that when an employee has provided evidence of discrimination the burden of proof moves to the employer to prove that the treatment was not on the grounds of discrimination. This is great as it placed the responsibility back on the employer and the directors.

Our templates help to utilise this ruling to your advantage.



Updated: 10th May, 2021
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