8th November, 2011

“Success for Littlewoods in the Court of Appeal”

Stefan Brochwicz-Lewinski was instructed to act for Littlewoods plc in the Court of Appeal in multi-million pound equal pay pension litigation. The appeal concerned questions of remedy and causation under both European and domestic equal pay law. Giving the lead judgment in a unanimous decision, Elias LJ found for the company, upholding the decisions of the courts below. [Update: the case is now reported as Copple & others v Littlewoods plc [2012] IRLR 121]”



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