Case tracker—2019 pensions judgments—by topic [Archived]
Case tracker—2019 pensions judgments—by topic [Archived]

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

  • Case tracker—2019 pensions judgments—by topic [Archived]
  • Auto-enrolment—fines against employer
  • R (The Pensions Regulator) v Workchain Ltd
  • Discrimination
  • Miller v Ministry of Justice
  • The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice v McCloud; The Secretary of State for the Home Department, the Welsh Ministers and Others v Sargeant
  • Safeway Ltd v Newton
  • R (on the application of Delve and another) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
  • Langford v Secretary of State for Defence
  • R (on the application of Carter) v Chelmsford Crown Court
  • More...

ARCHIVED: This case tracker has been archived and is not maintained. It contains a list of significant pensions judgments handed down in 2019.

The entries in this tracker are organised by topic. These topics are listed in the Table of Contents (to the left of the page).

This tracker contains references to case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union. Broadly, EU judgments handed down on or before 31 December 2020 continue to be binding on UK courts and tribunals (even if the EU courts later depart from them) until the UK courts exercise their powers to diverge. For the most part, EU case law made after that date is not binding on the UK, although the UK courts and tribunals may continue to ‘have regard to’ EU judgments if relevant. For more detailed information on the treatment of EU case law, see Practice Note: Introduction to retained EU law.

Auto-enrolment—fines against employer

R (The Pensions Regulator) v Workchain Ltd

Case information:
  1. Full name: R (The Pensions Regulator) v Workchain Limited

  2. Citation: [2019] EWCA Crim 1422, [2019] All ER (D) 95 (Aug)

  3. Court: Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

  4. Judgment date: 31 July 2019

  5. Representation:

    1. Mr K J Hegarty QC appeared on behalf of Workchain Limited

    2. The Crown neither appeared nor was represented

  6. News Analysis: Fine reduced for employer which opted workers

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