In April this year, Warren J delivered a much awaited judgment in the IBM case which related to a number of important pensions and employment issues arising from IBM's quest to make changes to its pension arrangements. In short, IBM was found to have acted in breach of its duty of good faith to its employees in relation to the implementation of those changes. The conclusions reached by the judge about how that duty is framed gives some helpful pointers to employers in trying to understand how this applies in their relationship with their employees in a general employment and also pensions context, though the case does also leave many questions still unanswered (some of which will hopefully be answered in the forthcoming remedies hearing in relation to it).