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Appeal concerning interpretation of pay protection provisions in the NHS Terms and Conditions where the claimant had taken a lower-paid training position and subsequently claimed for unlawful deductions. The Supreme Court overturned the Court of Appeal, restored the decision of the EAT and remitted outstanding issues to the ET.
(24/04/2013) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against a decision involving a calculation of amounts paid under a payment protection scheme. Cross-appeal submitting that the ET did not have jurisdiction to hear the claim of unlawful deduction from wages. Appeal allowed, cross-appeal dismissed.
(03/12/2012) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal arising from claims for unlawful deductions where the claimant was seeking pay protection for a new role. Appeal dismissed.
(11/07/2012) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against decision in the EAT that the claimant should benefit from pay protection for all the hours worked in a training post where she had previously only been a part-time employee on a higher rate. Appeal allowed by a majority.
(14/10/2011) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against finding in Equal Pay Act claims that a differential in pay after amalgamation of of posts was indirectly discriminatory and objective justification had not been proved. Appeal allowed.
(18/03/2011) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeals, heard together, by two local authorities concerning bonus schemes in Equal Pay Act claims and a cross-appeal by one set of claimants in a pay protection claim. Appeals dismissed in bonus scheme claims. Cross-appeal allowed in pay protection claim.
(29/01/2011) case CPD: 0/0 mins