Correspondence

Ministry of Justice statement in fee-paid judicial litigation: August 2019

Fifth update to the Employment Tribunal in relation to the O’Brien/Miller & Others litigation, following the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union on 7 November 2018.

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Government Actuary’s Department's worked examples

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MOJ’s update to the Employment Tribunal confirms to all affected fee paid judicial office holders the MOJ approach to claims for pre 7 April 2000 service. In our last update, we described the methodology by which pension entitlement will be calculated for eligible judges. We undertook to work with the Government Actuary’s Department (GAD) to develop worked examples to give a clearer indication of how this methodology will work in practice for eligible judges who began their fee-paid service prior to 31 March 1995. The GAD paper is published on this page for information.

Ministry of Justice statement in fee-paid judicial litigation: July 2019

Published 3 September 2019