Saad v University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust and another

Employment – Disability. The employment tribunal had decided that the employee specialist registrar had not been disabled within the meaning of s 6 of the Equality Act 2010. The Employment Appeal Tribunal dismissed the employee's appeal against that decision deciding that the tribunal had been entitled to conclude, on the evidence before it, that the impairment relied on by the employee did not have a substantial adverse effect on the employee's day-to-day activities. It further decided that the tribunal had not misdirected itself as to the meaning of 'long-term'.

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