U.K. partnerships could enjoy greater flexibility in enforcing lockstep following Wednesday’s long-awaited judgment on Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s age discrimination case, employment lawyers believe.

Freshfields’ victory in its high-profile age discrimination case Wednesday could be applied in a wider setting and helps clarify some of the potentially discriminatory issues surrounding the use of lockstep, according to many partners.

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