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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
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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.
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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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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
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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:
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