Case tracker—judgments handed down in 2016—pensions [Archived]
Case tracker—judgments handed down in 2016—pensions [Archived]

The following Pensions practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Case tracker—judgments handed down in 2016—pensions [Archived]
  • Engel v Ministry of Justice
  • Wheels Common Investment Fund Trustees v Commissioners for HMRC
  • Granada Group v The Law Debenture Pension Trust Corporation
  • White v Commissioners for HMRC
  • Parris v Trinity College Dublin (
  • )
  • Wise v Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada (UK) Ltd
  • Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester v Butterworth
  • Granada UK Rental & Retail v The Pensions Regulator
  • More...

ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained.

This archived case tracker contains a list of significant pensions judgments handed down in 2016. The cases appear in chronological order, with the most recent case at the top. For each case, the tracker provides:

  1. the case name and reference number

  2. a summary of the decision and key points

  3. details of the parties' legal representation

  4. the court and judgment date, and

  5. the citation and link to a transcript of the judgment

For judgments handed down in 2017, 2015 and 2013–2014, see:

  1. Case tracker—judgments handed down in 2017—pensions [Archived]

  2. Case tracker—judgments handed down in 2015 [Archived]

  3. Case tracker—judgments handed down in 2013–2014—pensions [Archived]

For forthcoming cases, see Practice Note: Case tracker—forthcoming cases.

Engel v Ministry of Justice

Case Name and Reference NumberDecisionRepresentationCourt and Judgment DateCitation
Engel v Ministry of JusticeThe Court of Appeal, Civil Division, dismissed the Applicant's renewed application for permission to appeal because it could not be established that the less favourable treatment suffered by the Applicant was due to their part-time status.

This case arose out of the O'Brien litigation brought by part-time judges and is based on the Part-Time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000, SI 2000/1551.

The case, which was initially heard by the Employment Tribunal on 15 May 2015 and

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