powered by Zehuti
Case concerning the compulsory retirement of police officers after they had served for 30 years "in the general interests of efficiency" pursuant to Regulation A19 (2) Police Pensions Regulations 1987. The Claimant police officers had won their claims of age discrimination at the ET but this was overturned by the EAT. The Claimants were given permission to appeal. Appeal dismissed.
(28/03/2017) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against the dismissal of the Appellant's claim that her final salary had been incorrectly calculated for the purpose of determining her pension payments. Appeal dismissed.
(24/01/2017) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Claim by 210 judges that changes to the Judicial Pension Scheme amounted to less favourable treatment because of their age and in some cases race and sex. The claim was upheld.
(18/01/2017) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against various aspects of the way in which the ET had calculated the Claimant's award after her successful claims of wrongful and unfair dismissal. Appeal allowed in part.
(31/08/2016) case CPD: 0/0 mins
The President of the Employment Tribunals has published a consultation paper which outlines proposals for the calculation of pension loss on termination of employment, now that the Purple Book has been withdrawn.
(30/03/2016) news CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against an EAT judgment which ruled that the claimant, who worked part time, was entitled to a pension. Appeal allowed.
(22/12/2015) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against a preliminary ruling that the ET had jurisdiction under section 108(1) of the Equality Act 2010 to hear claims that the failure by the respondent to pay the claimants lump sums which were paid to current employees at the time of a change from a Retail Prices Index ("RPI") to a Consumer Prices Index ("CPI") basis for calculating increases in their pension entitlement was an act of direct or indirect age discrimination. Appeal allowed and remitted to a different ET.
(25/09/2015) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal and cross-appeal against the award for pension loss made to the successful claimant. Appeal allowed in part and cross-appeal also allowed.
(10/09/2015) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Appeal against a ruling that the respondent had discriminated against the claimant by only paying him half the pension he would have been entitled to if he had been working full time at the time of his ill health retirement. Appeal allowed and remitted to a fresh Tribunal for a complete re-hearing.
(22/07/2015) case CPD: 0/0 mins
Calculating pension loss in employment claims is changing
(29/06/2015) resource CPD: 0/0 mins
42 items page 1/5 next >