Category Archives: Supreme Court

Retirement Age of 65 Could Be Justified


SUMMARY: Following the decisions of the Employment Appeal Tribunal, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, an Employment Tribunal has found that the retirement age of 65 for Mr Seldon was justified in all the circumstances. Continue reading

Geys –v– Société Générale: The Implications for PILON Clauses

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SUMMARY: In light of the recent Supreme Court case of Geys –v– Société Générale (‘SG’) employers are encouraged to ensure that their usage of PILON clauses would be effective to terminate employment with immediate effect.

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