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Commercial debt assignment: James Bickford Smith succeeds in Chancery appeal
Added: 08.10.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law  On Financial Services
LexisNexis interviewed James about his success in Nicoll v Promontoria (Ram 2) Ltd [2019] EWHC 2410 (Ch). The interview below is reprinted with their permission:

Discrimination at work under the DIFC’s New Employment Law
Added: 08.10.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law  International & Offshore
On 30 August 2019, the DIFC’s new Employment Law (“the New Law”) came into force.

‘How did Liverpool escape League Cup expulsion?’ - Ashley Cukier on the EFL Disciplinary Panel’s Decision
Added: 03.10.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law  On Sport
The English Football League (“EFL”) yesterday announced that Liverpool FC had been found guilty of misconduct and fined £200,000 – of which £100,000 will be suspended until the end of Season 2020/21 – for having breached EFL Rules by fielding an ineligible player in their League Cup third round match against Milton Keynes Dons.

Bailing out Lehman Brothers?
Added: 01.10.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law  Articles  Dispute Resolution
Lehman Brothers International (Europe) (In Administration) v Exotix Partners LLP [2019] EWHC 2380 (Ch) is another reminder of the flexibility of contractual construction as an alternative to rectification for subjective mistakes.

Adam Solomon QC and Sophia Berry write about the status of Without Prejudice correspondence.
Added: 25.09.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Arbitration
In Sternberg Reed Solicitors v Harrison [2019] EWHC 2065 His Honour Judge Hodge QC heard an appeal against an arbitration award on costs.

Alexander Halban writes on exclusive jurisdiction in company disputes: clarification from the Supreme Court
Added: 04.09.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law
The Supreme Court has handed down an important judgment on article 24(2) of the Brussels I Regulation (EC 1215/2012), clarifying when the English court has exclusive jurisdiction to determine a dispute relating to an English company; and whether the article can be used to litigate in England disputes concerning foreign companies in the same group.

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

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