Company set up by solicitor can be victim of age discrimination, says EAT in “hugely significant” rulingTuesday, 29 September 2015
A company set up by a senior solicitor to be a member of his firm’s limited liability partnership can be the victim of age discrimination, the president of the Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled. It is believed to be the first discrimination case brought by a company.
Tags: LLPs, retirement
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- Monday, 7 September 2015
Only a few large law firms are providing structured retirement advice for their partners, a report has found – unlike the big accountancy firms. The study, of 28 top 100 firms, found three with formal internal schemes.
Tags: accountants, law firm management, retirement
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