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Judgment handed down in Walker v Wallem Shipmanagment LTD
Added: 16.01.2020   |  Tags:  Cases  Employment Law
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (Mr Justice Kerr sitting with members) today handed down judgment in the case of Walker v Wallem Shipmanagement Limited, an important case on territorial jurisdiction for discrimination claims by seafarers.
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Paul Gilroy QC and John Mehrzad successfully represent Antonio Conte
Added: 14.01.2020   |  Tags:  Cases  On Sport
Following eighteen months of litigation, the London Central Employment Tribunal has issued a public judgment that Antonio Conte was unfairly dismissed by Chelsea FC and that he be awarded the maximum compensatory award and a basic award.
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Jess Varnish’s appeal progresses to 2020
Added: 17.12.2019   |  Tags:  Cases
Jess Varnish’ appeal against the decision of the Employment Tribunal that she was neither an employee or a worker of British Cycling will proceed to a full hearing in 2020. The EAT granted permission on 17 December 2019 for the appeal to proceed to a full hearing and directions will now be given.
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John Mehrzad successful for international referee before Court of Arbitration for Sport
Added: 16.12.2019   |  Tags:  Cases  Sports Law
John Mehrzad, acting as a member of the CAS advocates panel, successfully represented Christophe Lecourt in English and French before the Court of Arbitration for Sport, Lausanne, in an appeal against M. Lecourt's non-selection as an international referee by the European Volleyball Federation, purportedly due to level of his Body Mass Index and abdominal circumference.
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Littleton Cross - Border Anti Suit Injunction Referred to CJEU
Added: 12.12.2019   |  Tags:  Cases  Commercial Law  International & Offshore
Does a person domiciled in a Recast Brussels Regulation state have, by virtue of Article 4(1), a positive right to be sued only where they are domiciled and not to be sued in a non-Regulation country?
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