Employment – Disability. The employment tribunal (the tribunal) dismissed the employee's complaints of unlawful disability discrimination and unfair dismissal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal dismissed her appeal. The employee submitted, inter alia, that it was perverse, illogical and a material error of fact for the tribunal to have found that she could have attended the formal disciplinary meeting in question, just because she had indicated in the past that she would be willing to attend that meeting or because she had been able to attend a medical appointment five weeks afterwards. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, in dismissing the appeal, held, inter alia, that the tribunal had been entitled to reach the conclusion that it had.