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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

Latest News & Cases

Nick Goodfellow involved in Significant Wins in long running Fraud Litigation

Jinxin Inc v Aser Media Pte Ltd and others (Commercial Court) The claim is brought in deceit and unlawful means…

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Court of Appeal: Rectification of Collective Agreements

In Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive (t/a Nexus) v National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers & anor…

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Criminal proceedings and Collective Redudancy

The Supreme Court has given permission to appeal the Judgment of the Divisional Court in R (on the application of…

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“Let’s just run it by Legal” – Privilege and Pitfalls in Internal Investigation Processes

Investigating officers in grievance and disciplinary matters are typically supported in their task by HR. They may also be supported…

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Littleton Rankings Success

A fantastic set of rankings for Littleton in the newly released Chambers UK Bar 2023 Guide. 1 increased set ranking…

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Mohinderpal Sethi KC Wins Civil Lawyer of the Year Award

We are thrilled that Mohinderpal Sethi KC has won the Civil Lawyer of the Year Award at the Asian Legal…

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Directors Duties to Creditors: Does BTI 2014 v Sequana Bring Clarity or Confusion to the Duty?

Joel Wallace provides an overview of the recent Supreme Court decision in BTI 2014 LLC v Sequana SA and Ors…

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Latest Comment, Webinars, and Podcasts

Whistleblowing, Employment Tribunals and Mediation: about time to think outside the box? – Martin Fodder
05.12.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsEmployment

Martin Fodder, Littleton Chambers[1] The  Public Interest Disclosure Act, which introduced Part IVA and S.103A into the Employment Rights Act…

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Confidentiality and Privacy should not be Equated
30.11.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsCivil Fraud

In the recent decision of Jinxin Inc v Aser Media PTE Ltd and others [2022] EWHC 2856 (Comm) the Commercial…

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Crypto Quartet in the English High Court
25.11.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsCommercial

Andrew Maguire recently obtained summary judgment for c.£2 million on behalf of his client in Jones v Persons Unknown and…

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Civil Fraud Group Newsletter – November 2022
10.11.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsCivil Fraud

Welcome to the fifth edition of the Littleton Civil Fraud Group’s newsletter, which captures recent cases of interest for civil…

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Nicholas Siddall on Legal Advice Privilege, Litigation Privilege and HR Advisors (Round 2)
24.10.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsEmployment

Nicholas Siddall KC considers the recent decision of the EAT in Trentside Manor Care-v-Raphael [2022] EAT 37 and the learning…

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A lawyer’s “gut feel”. How reliable is it?
05.10.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsEmployment

Experienced lawyers are routinely asked for their ‘gut feel’ about particular points. However, the instinctive view that is requested or…

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Littleton in The Legal 500 2023
29.09.22 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsEmploymentSport

Littleton is thrilled to be recognised by Legal 500 as a leading set for Employment, Partnership, Commercial Litigation and Sports…

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