The government did not discriminate against younger workers when it introduced transitional arrangements to the Firefighters Pension Scheme, an employment tribunal has ruled.
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The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) discriminated against younger judges by forcing them to leave their final salary scheme while protecting older judges, an employment tribunal has ruled.
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A former part-time recorder has been awarded a service-based pension plus compensation by an employment tribunal.
A Supreme Court has ruled that part-time judges may be entitled to the same pension rights as their full time counterparts.
The Supreme Court has ruled employers may have powers to forcibly retire staff at 65 - putting in doubt the abolition of the default retirement age.
A man who was dismissed by his employer to save it from paying up to £1m in enhanced pension benefits has lost his age discrimination case at the High Court.
A Court of Appeal ruling has made it "easier than ever" to enforce compulsory retirement despite government plans to scrap the default retirement age.