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David Lascelles writes on Important Court of Appeal decision on rectification
Added: 02.08.2019   |  Tags:  News  Comments  Cases  Commercial Law
David Lascelles writes on Important Court of Appeal decision on rectification

Discrimination because of perceived disability: Coffey in the court of appeal
Added: 17.07.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  On Employment
Discrimination because of perceived disability: Coffey in the court of appeal

David Reade QC succeeds in the EAT in a case on the inherent power of the EAT to make restricted rep
Added: 10.07.2019   |  Tags:  News  Comments
David Reade QC appeared in (A)(B) v (X)(Y) The Times EAT/0113/18/JOJ ( Soole J), leading Aidan Eardley, 5RB. David succeeded in the EAT in arguing that the EAT had the power to make a restricted reporting order extending beyond the end of an appeal, despite the absence of an express power under the rules.

What makes a protected disclosure?: reflections on Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald
Added: 03.07.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  On Employment
Jeremy Lewis and Martin Fodder, two of the authors of Whistleblowing, Law and Practice, 3rd edition 2017, Oxford University Press, (“WLP”) consider the EAT’s judgment in Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald Europe

David Reade QC and Gerard Cukier discuss Cross border jurisdiction issues in footballer and agency contracts.
Added: 03.07.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law
David Reade QC and Gerard Cukier discuss Cross border jurisdiction issues

Disapplying the CPR’s deemed service rules
Added: 25.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Dispute Resolution
The CPR contain a number of provisions concerning when a document is deemed to have been served. One of these, introduced by amendment in 2011, is CPR 6.14. This provides that:

LITTLETON’S GUIDE TO FA RULE K ARBITRATIONS: STEP 5 - THE HEARING
Added: 24.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law
This stage of the Guide deals with the Hearing and covers such topics as procedures, the award and compensation.

The rise of esports - Ashley Cukier and Jonny Madill consider the legal issues part two
Added: 20.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law
Ashley Cukier and Jonny Madill discuss the legal and regulatory issues surrounding their unprecedented growth.

Jurisdiction Provisions and Settlement Agreements
Added: 19.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law  Employment Law
Nicholas Siddall QC considers the recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Merinson-v-Yukos International UK BV & Ors [2019] EWCA Civ 830 which is a salutary warning to drafters of the effect of the Recast Brussels Regulation (“Brussels”) on jurisdictional provisions in a settlement agreement.

ED KEMP WRITES ON THE NEW LANDSCAPE OF DIFC EMPLOYMENT LAW
Added: 17.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law  International & Offshore
The new Employment Law in the Dubai International Financial Centre (“DIFC”) has been enacted and will take effect from 28 August 2019. The new Law contains a variety of changes compared to the draft Law which was published for consultation in March 2018 (LINK) with some interesting potential repercussions. Ed Kemp reviews aspects of the new Law (LINK).

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