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Air Products Plc v Cockram

In this case, the Court of Appeal ruled that a good leaver provision in an LTIP could be objectively justified on the basis that the employer wished to achieve intergenerational fairness and consistency, reward experience and loyalty, and ensure a mix of generations of staff.


CLFIS v Reynolds

The Court of Appeal says that the mental processes of those who are not the decision maker should be considered.

Jessemey v Rowstock

The Court of Appeal clarifies an important point of law: post employment victimisation IS covered by the Equality Act 2010.

Johns v Solent SD Limited

Following the Court of Appeal’s decision in the case of Johns v Solent all tribunal claims challenging a compulsory retirement will be stayed pending the outcome of the ‘Heyday’ case.