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Lydia Banerjee and Bianca Balmelli: You can have your cake but they don’t have to make it
Added: 10.10.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Equality & Discrimination
Lydia Banerjee and Bianca Balmelli discuss the decision handed down in Lee v Ashers Baking Company Ltd and others [2018] UKSC 49

Nick Goodfellow on using the economic torts to claim against the individuals behind insolvent companies
Added: 10.10.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law
Nick Goodfellow on using the economic torts to claim against the individuals behind insolvent companies

Lydia Banerjee writes for Sports Resolutions on the impact of Brexit on sport in Britain
Added: 03.10.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law
Will Brexit leave Britain in the three-legged race? Lydia Banerjee writes for Sports Resolutions on the impact of Brexit on sport in Britain. Free movement, match day staffing, major events and how we can overcome the hurdles of our withdrawal from the EU

European Court of Human Rights Finds Sports Arbitration Hearing Held in Private Breached the Right to a Fair Trial
Added: 02.10.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law  On Sport
European Court of Human Rights Finds Sports Arbitration Hearing Held in Private Breached the Right to a Fair Trial

Lydia Banerjee: Time limits for appeals to the EAT and the danger of the ET judgment website
Added: 02.10.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
A comment considering the Court of Appeal decision in Rana v London Borough of Ealing and ors [2018] EWCA Civ 2017

John Bowers QC on Employment Law: October blog
Added: 01.10.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
John Bowers QC on Employment Law: October blog

Daniel Tatton-Brown QC on legal advice privilege, discrimination and the iniquity exception: X v Y [2018] UKEAT/0261/17
Added: 17.09.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Daniel Tatton-Brown QC on legal advice privilege, discrimination and the iniquity exception: X v Y [2018] UKEAT/0261/17

Craig Rajgopaul on limiting discrimination claims: what happens now?
Added: 17.09.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law  Equality & Discrimination
Craig Rajgopaul on limiting discrimination claims: what happens now?

Analysing and pleading whistleblowing claims following the Court of Appeal's decision in Kilraine
Added: 16.07.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Analysing and pleading whistleblowing claims following the Court of Appeal's decision in Kilraine

Kieran Wilson on Case Management, Lists of Issues, and the Need to Know Your Case from the Start
Added: 26.06.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Kieran Wilson on Case Management, Lists of Issues, and the Need to Know Your Case from the Start

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