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Disability discrimination: Employer was not required to disregard final written warning for absence

In General Dynamics Information Technology Ltd v Carranza [2015] IRLR 43 EAT, the EAT held that, when dismissing a disabled employee for absence, the employer was not required either to disregard a final written warning for the purpose of complying with its duty to make reasonable adjustments, or to review the warning before placing reliance on it to effect dismissal.