Equal pay > Effect of EC law
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relating to the case: R v Secretary of State for Employment ex parte Seymour-Smith and Perez  IRLR 253 ECJ.
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ECJ sends mixed signal
Source: Equal Opportunities Review Date:
In R v Secretary of State for Employment ex parte Seymour-Smith and Perez (9 February 1998) EOR84A, the European Court of Justice sets out principles for determining whether a Member State has indirectly discriminated contrary to EU law.
Equal pay: Scope of EC law
Source: Discrimination Case Law Guide Date:
This section of the Discrimination Case Law Guide looks at the scope of EC laws on equal pay.
Qualifying period remains uncertain
Source: Discrimination Case Law Digest Date:
The European Court of Justice's long-awaited ruling in R v Secretary of State ex parte Seymour-Smith leaves it for the House of Lords to decide whether the increase in the qualifying period in 1985 for bringing a complaint of unfair dismissal from one to two years indirectly discriminated against women contrary to European Community law.