*Ministry of Justice v Burton and another

Employment – Part-time employees. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, held that, the employment tribunal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal did not act perversely in the determination of how long it took the employee part-time judges to write up judgments in addition to hearing days for the purposes of answering their claim that they had been less-favourably treated than their full-time comparators for doing and being paid for that task.

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