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Littleton Shortlisted for 9 Awards at Legal 500 Bar Awards 2022

Littleton and Mohinderpal Sethi QC finalists for The Lawyer Awards 2022 and The Chambers UK Bar Awards 2022

Littleton wins Best Chambers for Training at Legal Cheek Awards 2022

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True Faith – is support for your Club a protected characteristic?

The team I follow – Newcastle United (yes, I know) – has a fanzine devoted to it called “True Faith”….

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Littleton KCs to speak at Michael Rubenstein’s Hot Employment Law Issues Conference
20.09.22 Employment News

Four Littleton Silks are taking part in The Michael Rubenstein Conference on the Hot Employment Issues 2022-2023, on 29th and…

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‘Just and Equitable’ Extensions of Time: Assessing the Merits

In Kumari v Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust [2022] EAT 132, the EAT has held that an employment…

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Mohinderpal Sethi KC and Littleton Chambers shortlisted for The Chambers & Partners UK Bar Awards 2022
01.09.22 Employment News

We are delighted that Mohinderpal Sethi KC and Littleton Chambers have been shortlisted for The Chambers & Partners UK Bar…

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Littleton Joins Support Through The Court Guardians Network
09.08.22 News

Littleton is a proud  supporter of the Access to Justice Campaign and as such we are delighted and honoured to…

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The Telegraph reports on “Trial of The Century”
08.08.22 News

In an article first featured on 6th August 2022 , The Telegraph reported on the recent Court of Appeal judgment…

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Ed Kemp and Bláthnaid Breslin win important EAT case on Civil Procedure Orders
01.08.22 Employment Latest Cases

The EAT (Eady P) has today handed down judgment in Williamson v Bishop of London and Others EA-2020-00367-DA. A Civil…

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Pro bono costs awards in tribunals need more publicity
31.08.22 – Comment, Articles & Publications

Please click here to view this article on the Law Society Gazette’s website. Each year thousands of lawyers give their…

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Clarity for Irregular Workers: Paid Annual Leave Accrual in the Supreme Court
28.07.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsEmployment

Joel Wallace provides a review of the recent Supreme Court decision in Harpur Trust v Brazel [2022] UKSC 21. A…

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When Is There A Right To Replay A Football Match? FIFA, UEFA And The FA Laws On Fielding An Ineligible Player
14.06.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsSport

Grahame Anderson writes for LawInSport on the FIFA, UEFA and FA Laws on fielding an ineligible player. The article can…

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Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog – Part 20 claims: what needs to be proved
06.06.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsCommercial

This article first appeared on the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog on 30 May 2022 and can be accessed here….

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Robust Statements and ‘Unambiguous Impropriety’
06.06.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsEmployment

There is often a temptation in ‘without prejudice’ (“WP”) correspondence for the parties to make robust statements on the basis…

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Playing the Pools: the Role of Logic in Indirect Discrimination
23.05.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsEmployment

The correct approach to indirect discrimination claims, that perennial tripwire for employment lawyers, was again in issue in the recent…

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A Brief Reminder on When Silence Talks – Inferences from Absence of Evidence or Documents
19.05.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsCommercial

As litigators we are accustomed to drawing out inferences from the documents and oral evidence presented at court.  Cases, particularly…

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