British Coal Corporation -v- Smith and Others; EAT 23-Feb-1993

An application of equal pay involved consideration of 150 comparators, and at great cost to all involved. The industrial members of the tribunal, with the support of the legal member, criticised the delay and complexity of Employment law. The growing complexity of industrial law was operating against the interests of those seeking to work within it in industry.

Court: EAT
Date: 23-Feb-1993
Statutes: Equal Pay Act 1970 208, Sex Discrimination Act 1975, Equal Pay (Amendment) Regulations 1983 (1983 No 1794)
Links: Times,

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