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Title: Analysis of legal protection of victims of discrimination and harassment and development of strategies for reform.
Authors: Middlemiss, Sam
Supervisors: Wallace, Rebecca M. M.
Williams, Dorothy
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Robert Gordon University
Citation: MIDDLEMISS, S., 2004. Sex and race discrimination. In: M. SARGEANT. Discrimination law. Pearson Longman. pp. 73-107
MIDDLEMISS, S. and HAY, O., 2003. Bullying in the workplace: the case for legal redress? Irish Law Times 21 (17), 21 (18) and 21 (19)
MIDDLEMISS, S., 2003. Fashion victims, dress to conform to the norm, or else? Comparative analysis of legal protection against employers' appearance codes in the United Kingdom and the United States. International Journal of Discrimination and Law, 6, pp. 69-102
MIDDLEMISS, S., 2003. The legal liability of employers for trainees. Journal of Education and Law, 15 (2/3), pp. 115-133
DUFFY, A. and MIDDLEMISS, S., 2002. Comparative analysis of vicarious liability of employers in harassment cases in the United Kingdom and the United States. Common Law World Review, 31 (3), pp. 254-285
BUSBY, N. and MIDDLEMISS, S., 2001. The equality deficit: legal protection for homosexuals and lesbians in employment? Gender, Work and Organisation, 8(4), pp. 387-410
MIDDLEMISS, S., 2001. Back to square one: The Secretary of State for Defence v McDonald (2001) IRLR 431 and the legal protection against discrimination in employment based on sexual orientation. Scottish Law Practice Quarterly, October.
MIDDLEMISS, S., 2000. "Shall I compare thee?" The legal dilemma, choice of comparators in discrimination cases. International Journal of Discrimination and Law, 4, pp. 293-317
MIDDLEMISS, S., 1999. Comparators in disability discrimination cases. Scottish Law & Practice Quarterly, 4 (20, pp. 151-153
MIDDLEMISS, S., 1998. Employers's liability for non-employees. Institute of Occupational Safely and Health Journal, 2(10, pp. 15-27
MIDDLEMISS, S., 1999. Casenote: Smith v Gardner Merchant (1998) IRLR 510. Juridical Review, 17, pp. 134-137
MAYS, R., WATSON, J. and MIDDLEMISS, S., 1997. Every breath you take, every move you make ... : Scots law; the Protection from Harassment Act, 1997, the problem of stalking in Scotland. Juridical Review, 6, pp. 331-354
MIDDLEMISS, S., 1997. Civil remedies for victims of sexual harassment: delictual actions. Juridical Review, 4, pp. 241-249
MIDDLEMISS, S., 2001. Substantive relief for victims of abuse? The Protection from Abuse (Scotland) Act 2001. Scots Law Times, Issue 10, pp. 324-327
MIDDLEMISS, S., 2000. Mutuality of obligation; the contractual imperative in employment law? Scottish Law Gazette 68 (3), pp. 79-83
MIDDLEMISS, S., 2000. Aiding a discriminatory act of the employer, (AM v WC and SPF (1999) IRLR 410). Scots Law Times, Issue 1, pp. 1-4
MIDDLEMISS, S., 1998. Tower boot revisited: the impact continues. Scottish Law Gazette, 66 (4), pp 180-181
MIDDLEMISS, S., 1997. Statutory control of harassment: the implications for employment. Green's Employment Law Bulletin, 19 (June)
MAYS, R. and MIDDLEMISS, S., 1997. The common law and statutory concepts of vicarious liability: the parting of the ways? Scots Law Times, March 28, pp. 95-97
MIDDLEMISS, S., 1997. The legal protection for victims of sexual harassment: the contractual dimension. Scots Law Times, February 7, pp. 37-40
MIDDLEMISS, S., 1996. Gender neutral conduct is sex discrimination. Green's Employment Law Bulletin, December.
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