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Indirect Discrimination

Magoulas v Queen Mary University of London (EAT decision)

29 January 2016

Subjects Redundancy; Justification; Indirect Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

University criteria that restricted appointment to a Researcher post was indirect age discrimination, but it was justified.

Bethnal Green and Shoreditch Education Trust v Dippenaar (EAT decision)

21 October 2015

Subjects Burden of proof; Indirect Discrimination; Dismissal

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

The EAT overturns a decision that a teacher suffered unlawful indirect age discrimination.

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

27 July 2015

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?

Chief Constable of West Midlands Police v Harrod (EAT decision)

08 July 2015

Subjects Justification; Retirement; Indirect Discrimination

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

EAT says 'A19' forced retirement policy was not age discrimination

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

Schmitzer v Bundesministerin für Inneres (ECJ decision)

11 November 2014

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.

Dippenaar v Bethnal Green and Shoreditch Education Trust (ET decision)

04 November 2014

Subjects Burden of proof; Indirect Discrimination; Dismissal

Source (Lewis Silkin LLP)

An experienced teacher brought claims of unfair dismissal and indirect age discrimination on the basis that she was forced out of her role due to the cost of her employment compared to the cost of employing more junior teachers.

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.
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