Ng Shiu v. Mohammed Naseeb

The plaintiff and the defendant were both taxi drivers. The plaintiff claimed the defendant harassed her with phone calls and unwanted and offensive touching. The court was not satisfied that the events that took place gave rise to any tenable claim of sexual harassment. The court found that for a short period at and about the time that the defendant was making contact with the plaintiff, she did suffer from a level of anxiety while at work, which was sufficient to constitute a ‘detrimental effect’ to her employment under the Human Rights Act.

Geographical location 

Year 

2004

Institution 

Human Rights Review Tribunal

Jurisdiction 

Avon Center work product 

ID 

920