The Court of Appeal says that it was not discrimination to force Police Officers to retire.
Italian law requires "on call contracts" (zero hours contracts) to be subject to objective conditions, unless the worker is either under 25 years of age or over 45 years of age. This case considered whether this law is age discriminatory.
An employment tribunal has ruled in favour of 200 judges whose pension entitlements were cut and found unjustified age discrimination.
The ECJ has ruled that a police force was justified in setting an age limit of 35 years old for new recruits.
Was it age discrimination for a Finnish law to tax pension income at a higher rate than earned income?
The phrase "you can't teach an old dog new tricks" was not age discrimination (nor was it religion or belief discrimination).
A failure to investigate a Breakfast Supervisor's complaints of age discrimination was, in itself, age discrimination.
The EAT says that it was not age discrimination to demote a poor performing partner in a law firm.
The ECJ says that a national court must disapply principles of national law that conflict with the general principle of EU law prohibiting age discrimination, and cannot prioritise principles of legal certainty or legitimate expectations instead.
The EAT has dismissed an appeal against an ET's decision to strike out a direct age discrimination claim.
University criteria that restricted appointment to a post was justified indirect age discrimination.
Various references to an individual's age during a process to dismiss him were age discrimination.
Did additional "pension strain cost" influence a decision not to make someone redundant?
Calling a 50-something year old employee "Gramps" was banter but was also age discrimination.
The EAT found an error in the ET's reasoning when looking at justification, so remitted the case for rehearing.
The EAT overturns a decision that a teacher suffered unlawful indirect age discrimination.
This case involved a director denied the opportunity to apply for voluntary redundancy.
The ECJ rules that it was not discrimination to withhold a 10% termination payment to a "young person" but make that payment to older persons.
The ECJ has ruled on a German pay scheme.
Two sisters were the victims of direct discrimination after they were treated less well than their older, male colleagues.