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Saul Margo appointed Fee-paid Judge of the Employment Tribunals

Outer Temple Chambers is delighted to announce that Saul Margo has been appointed as a Fee-paid Judge of the Employment Tribunals.

Saul will sit in Watford and Reading and will continue to practise full-time as a barrister.

Saul’s appointment is in recognition of his extensive experience of all areas of employment law. Saul appears regularly in the EAT, as well as in the Court of Appeal.

Saul specialises in all aspects of employment law with a particular specialism in cross-over employment / pensions cases.

He continues to be instructed in some of the highest profile employment and employment/pensions cases of recent years including the Sainsbury’s equal pay litigation challenge to the 2015 changes to the police pension scheme, the part-time judges litigation Miller v Ministry of Justice (both in respect of pension and pay claims) where he appeared on numerous occasions (unled) in the EAT and Court of Appeal and a sexual orientation discrimination claim challenging the basis upon which survivors’ benefits were calculated in the Teachers’ Pension Scheme.

Saul is on the Attorney-General’s B-Panel and has acts for a wide variety of government departments across the whole spectrum of employment matters in the ET, the EAT and the civil courts.

Find out more

To find out more about Saul, please contact Nick Levett +44 (0)20 7427 4908 or Adam Macdonald +44 (0)20 7427 4906.

News 1 Oct, 2021

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