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Albion Automotive Ltd v Walker and others [2002] EWCA Civ 946 CA

Reports relating to this case:

  • Case round-up

    1 March 2003

    Our resident experts at Pinsent Curtis Biddle bring you a comprehensive update on all the latest decisions that could affect your organisation, and advice on what to do about them.

  • The devil is in the detail in discretionary benefits

    14 January 2003

    Repeated customs can easily turn into contractual obligations and lead to costly and avoidable payouts. Getting the details right will help resolve this problem. By Sarah Lamont, Partner, Bevan Ashford.

  • Contracts of employment: Contractual entitlement to enhanced redundancy terms arose by custom and practice

    10 January 2003

    In Albion Automotive Ltd v Walker and others, the Court of Appeal upholds an employment tribunal's decision that an employer who made enhanced redundancy payments according to an agreed policy for a number of years created a custom and practice from which the tribunal could infer that the employer and/or its successors intended to be contractually bound to make those payments.

  • Case roundup: Race discrimination and redundancy

    16 July 2002

    This week's case roundup from Eversheds, covering race discrimination and redundancy.