Moultrie and others v Ministry of Justice [2015] UKEAT/0239/14

Mr Moultrie and other fee-paid medical members of certain tribunals were not given access to a pension scheme in respect of their service whereas salaried or full-time regional medical members were.  In Moultrie and others v MOJ, they argued that the work of the typical fee-paid medical member was the same as or broadly similar to that of the regional medical members within the meaning of regulation 2(4)(a) (ii) of the Part–Time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000.

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