MacGregor v Craig [2016] NZHRRT 6

Most of the media attention on the Human Rights Review Tribunal decision (MacGregor v Craig [2016] NZHRRT 6) is on the findings made against Colin Craig, and the damages awarded  to MacGregor totalling $128,780. This was the highest amount awarded by the NZHRRT. The maximum they can award is $200,000.

See Craig demolished by Tribunal decision.

There were several other significant aspects of the review. These have been detailed in separate posts:

  1. No decision on sexual harassment
  2. MacGregor found not to have breached confidentiality agreement
  3. Williams breached trust and confidentiality agreement

Links to decisions:

Scoop summarises the decision as related to Craig from a press release from Kensington Swan:

3 Comments

  1. Kitty Catkin

     /  4th October 2016

    When someone in Barchester Towers wouldn’t get the message that his attentions were unwanted, the young widow involved landed him one that echoed like a little thunderclap. He did then.

    • Alan Wilkinson

       /  4th October 2016

      A bad keen man who annoyed one of my wife’s family too much got a broken jaw from the lady involved. That seemed to cure the problem as he disappeared.

      • Kitty Catkin

         /  5th October 2016

        Have you read the Barchesters ?

        ‘She sprang from him as she would have jumped from an adder, but she did not spring far; not indeed, beyond arm’s length; and then, quick as thought, she raised her little right hand and dealt him a box on the ear with such right good will that it sounded among the trees like a miniature thunderclap.