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Was it age discrimination for a Finnish law to tax pension income at a higher rate than earned income?

O v Bio Philippe Auguste SARL

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.

Unland v Land Berlin

The ECJ has ruled on a German pay scheme where those over 35 years of age received greater pay compared to younger colleagues.

Odar v Baxter Deutschland GmbH

A provision which reduced compensation for workers aged over 54 by taking into account the earliest date from which they could receive a state pension, was not unlawful age discrimination.

European Commission v Hungary

Hungarian law allowing retirement of judges, prosecutors and notaries at age 70 was not justified and was unlawful age discrimination.

European Commission v Hungary

ECJ says Hungarian law reducing the retirement age for judges, prosecutors and notaries was not justified.

Commission v Hungary

ECJ says Hungarian law reducing the retirement age for judges, prosecutors and notaries was not justified.