JP Morgan Europe Limited v Chweidan  IRLR 673
27 May 2011
Court of Appeal
Ward LJ; Moore-Bick; Elias LJ
An executive of an investment bank injured his back while skiing. He returned to work on reduced hours. His bonus was low because he had not taken sufficient steps to broaden his client base. He complained to a tribunal that his bonus had been reduced because of his disability. He said the reduction amounted to direct disability discrimination and discrimination for a reason related to disability. After lodging his complaint, he was made redundant.
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