law
6 Oct 2016

Legal side effects of the Colin Craig case

From Nine To Noon, 9:30 am on 6 October 2016

An employment lawyer says the record high damages awarded to Colin Craig's former press secretary by the Human Rights Tribunal could lead to changes in the way employees approach grievance cases. Phillipa Muir, a partner at Simpson Grierson says the damages were much higher than is normally seen in employment disputes handled by the Employment Relations Authority - which could lead more employees to file complaints with the Human Rights Commission.

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