The great judicial review challenge

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  • Great article and a worthy campaign. I agree with you completely, although I suspect that the main motivating factor was to limit claims in the public sector to final salary pension loss.

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  • Interesting article Alex, thank you.

    I am not sure that this is correct: "Successful claimants would only ever be awarded more than a year’s wages if they can prove that they’ve tried literally everything to get another job."

    From what I have read, there is no exception to the cap other than in certain types of unfair dismissal claims such as health and safety related dismissals.

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  • Thanks Harry. The point about being awarded more than a year's wages relates to the law prior to this new cap. And thanks for your support too Debbie. You're probably right about final salaries, but this motivation was mentioned in Parliament or anywhere else. Democracy with open doors? You can stay tuned with progress in this JR on our website here http://www.settlementagreements.org/jr

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