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On 8 August 2017, Pimlico Plumbers was granted permission to take the case to the Supreme Court.The Supreme Court is due to hear the appeal on 20 and 21 February 2018.sex discrimination | shared parental leave | enhanced pay In Ali v Capita Customer Management Ltd ET/1800990/2016, an employment tribunal held that it was direct sex discrimination for a new father whose wife had post-natal depression to be allowed to take only two weeks' leave on full pay, when female staff were entitled to 14 weeks' enhanced maternity leave.The tribunal held that, while Mr Ali was not less favourably treated in the first two weeks because he also got full pay, in the subsequent 12 week-period he was denied the benefit of full pay, which would have been given to a hypothetical female caring for her child.The EAT heard the appeal on 20 and 21 December 2017 and reserved its decision.employment status | workers | self-employed In Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and another v Smith EAT/0495/12, the EAT held that a plumber whose agreement with Pimlico Plumbers described him as self-employed was in reality a worker, entitling him to some basic employment rights such as the right to paid annual leave and the national minimum wage.Ms Donelien is appealing to the Court of Appeal against the EAT decision.
Mr Shannon is appealing the EAT decision to the Court of Appeal.The EAT heard the appeal on 27 and 28 September 2017 and delivered its decision on 10 November 2017 (Uber BV and others v Aslam and others EAT/0056/17). Uber sought permission to appeal the EAT decision directly to the Supreme Court (bypassing the Court of Appeal), but the Supreme Court refused the application.Uber's appeal will now be heard by the Court of Appeal next year.He was denied that benefit and deterred from taking the leave, and was less favourably treated because of his sex.Capita is appealing to the EAT against the first-instance decision.
The Deduction from Wages (Limitation) Regulations 2014 (SI 2014/3322), which impose a two-year limitation period on most unlawful deductions from wages claims, also now appear to contravene EU law where the case relates to holiday pay.