A substantive review of the landmark decision in Taylor v Jaguar Land Rover Limited and the protection it provides for those who identify as non-binary and gender fluid under the Equality Act 2010

Adam Cooke, of Stephenson Harwood, and Oscar Davies, of Lamb Chambers, outline the recent judgment of Taylor v Jaguar Land Rover on the inclusion of non-binary and gender fluid gender identities under the Equality Act 2010, the judgment’s implications, and what practical steps can be taken to ensure that workplaces are compliant.

James-Bowen and others v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis [2018] UKSC 40

Employers do not have a duty to take reasonable care to protect employees from economic and reputational harm in the conduct of legal proceedings.