Simon King's Articles http://www.goinglegal.com en-us editorial@articlealley.com Santander UK causes 2.8m Damage to Employee Allegations of race discrimination appear to have stuck on Santander UK in a high-profile legal battle that has made UK history on a number of accounts. Santander UK is the UK bank previously known as Abbey National and taken over in 2004 by Emilio Bot... http://www.goinglegal.com/santander-uk-causes-28m-damage-to-employee-1534400.html 06th May 2010 Importance of RR65 Race Relations Act Questionnaire demonstrated by Banco Santander Group The importance of the Race Relations Act Questionnaire RR65 is highlighted by the high-profile Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins (2006) UK legal case, where the Employment Tribunal made a finding of race discrimination, which subsequently led to the ... http://www.goinglegal.com/importance-of-rr65-race-relations-act-questionnaire-demonstrated-by-banco-santander-group-1007995.html 31st July 2009 Suing Your Employer: The Uphill Battle The intense struggle employees, who have suffered employment related discrimination, can expect to experience when challenging a powerful employer is somewhat illustrated by the high-profile legal case Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins (2006). The Em... http://www.goinglegal.com/suing-your-employer-the-uphill-battle-963968.html 04th July 2009 Appeal Stages and Court Structure in Employment Disputes The high-profile Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins [2006] legal case, where the Employment Tribunal's verdict of race discrimination led to the record £2.8 million compensation award, is due to be heard by the Court of Appeal next month (July 2009).... http://www.goinglegal.com/appeal-stages-and-court-structure-in-employment-disputes-948717.html 23rd June 2009 Proving Race Discrimination in Employment Direct race discrimination is when an organisation (or an employee of the organisation) treats a person less favourably than someone else on racial grounds. Proving direct race discrimination is not trivial. The burden of proof is on the employee alleging... http://www.goinglegal.com/proving-race-discrimination-in-employment-927892.html 11th June 2009