Taylor v Secretary of State for Scotland  IRLR 362 CS
Reports relating to this case:
- 1 January 2000
Our 10th annual round-up of court and tribunal cases concerning pensions and retirement issues encompasses 38 judgments. Last year saw some important decisions, but fewer cases overall than in recent years.
- 15 June 1999
In Taylor v Secretary of State for Scotland, the Court of Session holds that the enforced retirement of a prison officer, who had passed the minimum retirement age but had not reached compulsory retirement age, was not in breach of his employer's equal opportunities policy, which prohibited age discrimination and was a condition of his contract of employment.