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Indirect Discrimination

Schmitzer v Bundesministerin für Inneres (ECJ decision)

11 November 2015

Subjects Justification; Pay and benefits; International case; Indirect Discrimination; Direct Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

A pay scheme for Austrian civil servants which was amended because of age discrimination, was still age discriminatory.

Edie and others v HCL Insurance BPO Services (EAT decision)

05 February 2015

Subjects Justification; Pay and benefits; Indirect Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

The EAT holds that a change to new terms after a TUPE transfer was a PCP.

Felber v Bundesministerin für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur (ECJ decision)

21 January 2015

Subjects Justification; Pensions; International case; Indirect Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

ECJ finds Austrian civil service pension law to be objectively justified

Games v University of Kent (EAT case)

24 November 2014

Subjects Justification; Recruitment; Indirect Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

An Employment Tribunal erred when it held a PhD requirement put applicants for a lecture position at a particular disadvantage

Child Soldiers International v Secretary of State for Defence (Admin Court)

08 October 2014

Subjects Justification; Indirect Discrimination; Direct Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

Army rules require longer service for those who join as minors. Is this age discrimination?

Mort and others v HMRC (ET decision)

29 May 2014

Subjects Pay and benefits; Indirect Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

Government wins test case that could have had major implications for public sector pay.

Dansk Jurist-og Okonomforbund v Indenrigs-og Sundhedsministeriet (ECJ case)

26 September 2013

Subjects Justification; Pay and benefits; International case; Indirect Discrimination; Direct Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

Danish law which gave 3 years pay to civil servants, but not those of pensionable age, was age discrimination.

HK Danmark v Experian A/S (ECJ case)

26 September 2013

Subjects Justification; Pensions; Indirect Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

Pension scheme that paid more to older people could be justified

Shiret v Credit Suisse (ET decision)

18 July 2013

Subjects Redundancy; Indirect Discrimination; Dismissal; Direct Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

A banker wins an age discrimination case.

Osoba v The Hertfordshire Constabulary (EAT decision)

11 July 2013

Subjects Redundancy; Retirement; Indirect Discrimination; Direct Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

an appeal over a "shambolic" redundancy selection process fails. A terrible process does not mean that it is age discrimination.
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