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James Green: High Court makes finding of serious irregularity in rule K Arbitration
Added: 05.12.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law
The High Court last week handed down its judgment in Fleetwood Wanderers Limited v AFC Fylde Limited [2018] EWHC 3318 (Comm), holding that a Rule K Arbitration Award was marred by serious irregularity. The successful Claimant was represented by Paul Gilroy QC.

John Bowers QC on Employment Law: November Blog
Added: 29.11.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Readers will be getting used to the eclectic mix that goes into these blogs. This month I look at a recent case on foster carers and working time, the ethos of religion defence in the Equality Act 2010 and the Supreme Court case of O’Connor v Bar Standards Board.

Lucy Bone on privilege in internal investigations
Added: 26.11.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
This article was written for the Practical Law Employment Blog by Lucy Bone and has been reproduced with the permission of the publishers.

Draft Brexit/EU Withdrawal Agreement: private international law provisions on Jurisdiction, Applicable Law & Enforcement etc
Added: 15.11.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law  International
Draft Brexit/EU Withdrawal Agreement: private international law provisions on Jurisdiction, Applicable Law & Enforcement etc

Whistleblowing: the Court of Appeal upholds the EAT’s decision in Osipov
Added: 30.10.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Whistleblowing: the Court of Appeal upholds the EAT’s decision in Osipov

John Bowers QC: Employment Hearings Structures
Added: 26.10.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
The recently published Law Commission paper on Employment Hearings Structures (released on 26 September 2018) raises some interesting ideas and is wide ranging in scope, although it avoids areas that are politically controversial. The terms of reference also excluded any fundamental restructuring of employment tribunals.

James Green: Privilege in Investigations Following the Director of the Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation
Added: 16.10.2018   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
James Green: Privilege in Investigations Following the Director of the Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation [2018] EWCA CIV 2006

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

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