‘The conventional approach in relation to the guideline hourly rates (GHR) is to uplift them by about 25% to reflect the effects of inflation since they were set in 2010, a High Court judge has said. He refused without more evidence to reduce the impact of inflation by commercial pressures on solicitors to keep their fees lower.’
Litigation Futures, 9th February 2021
“Employers with occupational pension schemes will have to consult with affected employees in advance if they want to change the measure of inflation used to calculate the value of benefits.”
OUT-LAW.com, 14th March 2012
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions v Yates  EWCA Civ 479;  WLR (D) 184
“A Canadian widow who, on her marriage to a British national in Canada, received a British pension based on her husband’s contributions and paid at the rate applicable to the inflation uprating he received, frozen at the time he emigrated, was entitled on his death to a higher rate of pension calculated at the same inflation uprating. She was not entitled to have her pension based on the uprating applicable at the time of his death.”
WLR Daily, 12th June 2009
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