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Torpedoes, asymmetric jurisdiction clauses and the Recast Brussels 1 Regulation
Added: 22.02.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law
Torpedoes, asymmetric jurisdiction clauses and the Recast Brussels 1 Regulation

Pie-eating goalkeeper caught offside? Five things you need to know
Added: 21.02.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law
Pie-eating goalkeeper caught offside? Five things you need to know

Katherine Apps on new Data Protection case from Court of Appeal
Added: 16.02.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Cases  Commercial Law  Employment Law  Public Law & Human Rights  EU Law
Katherine Apps on new Data Protection case from Court of Appeal

Hyperandrogenism - Podcast [episode 3]
Added: 10.02.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law  Podcast
Lydia Banerjee and Grahame Anderson discuss the key issues and dilemmas facing sport and sports lawyers

Ashley Cukier: Misfeasance in public office - Get your house in order before scaling the high bar
Added: 02.02.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law
Misfeasance in public office - Get your house in order before scaling the high bar: A practical view from the bar

Joseph Bryan: High heels and workplace dress codes - is discrimination law working?
Added: 30.01.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law  Equality & Discrimination
Joseph Bryan: High heels and workplace dress codes - is discrimination law working?

Triggering Article 50 TEU: a positive result for the Government? by Prof Erika Szyszczak
Added: 27.01.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  EU Law
Triggering Article 50 TEU: a positive result for the Government? by Prof Erika Szyszczak

Marc Delehanty on the enforceability of promises made subsequent to written contracts: new caselaw
Added: 26.01.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law
Marc Delehanty on the enforceability of promises made subsequent to written contracts: new caselaw

Katherine Apps: The Supreme Court’s judgment on Article 50—what happens now?
Added: 25.01.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Public Law & Human Rights
Katherine Apps: The Supreme Court’s judgment on Article 50—what happens now?

Martin Fodder on Whistleblowing: The importance of asking the right questions
Added: 23.01.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Martin Fodder on Whistleblowing: The importance of asking the right questions

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