Posts Tagged “retirement”

Seldon v Clarkson Wright and Jakes in the Supreme Court

by Laurie Anstis on April 25, 2012

The case of Seldon v Clarkson Wright and Jakes has been something of an obsession for this blog, accounting for three individual posts looking at the case and its implications. We now have the full judgment (pdf) and the useful press summary (pdf) from the (…)

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Retirement, the Seldon case and the Supreme Court

by Laurie Anstis on May 19, 2011

The Supreme Court is due to have the final say on the case of Clarkson Wright & Jakes -v- Seldon. This case, involving the forced retirement at 65 of a partner in a law firm, is likely to be the (…)

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April 2011 employment law update podcast

by Laurie Anstis on April 13, 2011

There is a new Boyes Turner podcast out. In this edition, Andy Whiteaker describes the April 2011 changes in employment law, including the abolition of the default retirement age, the introduction of additional paternity leave and positive action, and changes (…)

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The default retirement age is abolished … and comes back again

by Laurie Anstis on January 18, 2011

The government has confirmed its plans to abolish the exemption from age discrimination and unfair dismissal law for retirement at 65 or above – the so-called default retirement age. I had made this my number one employment law issue for (…)

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