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Johns v Solent SD Ltd

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age discrimination legislation | default retirement age

In Johns v Solent SD Ltd EAT/0449/07, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an employment tribunal was wrong not to stay an employee's claim for unfair dismissal and age discrimination until the outcome of Heyday's challenge to the default retirement age.

Mrs Johns was retired by her employer when she reached the age of 65.