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Covid-19: The Government announces that unless contracting parties give up their contractual rights, parliament may legislate

Click here to read Charles Samek QC’s article on Freedom of Contract: Does it still exist

Latest News & Cases

John Mehrzad to be appointed QC
01.06.20 News

Littleton is delighted to announce that John Mehrzad is to be appointed QC following his success in the 2019 QC…

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Football and Covid-19: the New Normal north and south of the border webinar
29.05.20 News

Littleton Chambers and Addleshaw Goddard LLP invite you to a panel discussion examining the many legal issues football clubs face,…

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Congratulations to Niran de Silva who has been appointed as a Fee-Paid Judge of the Employment Tribunals
29.05.20 News

Once judicial training is completed, he will be sitting part-time in the South East Region

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Littleton’s Covid Related Employment Webinars
22.05.20 News

Join us for Littleton’s Covid Related Employment Webinars: Collective Consultation in 2020 Date: Tuesday 26 May 2020 Time: 4-5pm In…

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David Reade QC and Lydia Banerjee are in action on behalf of cyclist Jess Varnish in her appeal against the Tribunal decision on her employment status.
18.05.20 News Sports

David Reade QC and Lydia Banerjee appeared on behalf of Jess Varnish in her appeal against the decision of the…

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Alexander Halban presenting webinar on COVID-19 and insolvency
15.05.20 Insolvency

Alexander Halban will present a webinar entitled ‘Corporate Insolvency & COVID-19 – Moratoriums & Suspensions Explored’ on 29 May 2020…

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Frustration of Contracts and Force Majeure Clauses Webinar

Join leading commercial Silk Charles Samek QC for a webinar on the topic of “Frustration of Contracts & Force Majeure…

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Latest Comment, Webinars, and Podcasts

Varying Contractual Terms and Policies in the Time of Covid-19 and a Post-Covid-19 World Webinar
02.06.20 – EmploymentWebinars

In this webinar Carol Davis and Joseph Bryan considered how weeks of lockdown and an uncertain future is transforming businesses…

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Collective Consultation webinar
28.05.20 – EmploymentWebinars

In this webinar David Reade QC and Daniel Northall provided a practical guide to the issues and approach to collective…

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Second collective consultation update
26.05.20 – EmploymentComment, Articles & Publications

In the second of their updates on collective consultation under the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic, David Reade QC and…

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Vicarious Liability: How the Supreme Court just changed the law.
19.05.20 – EmploymentWebinars

Chris Quinn and David Reade QC explored the recent judgments in Barclays and Morrisons and explained how the Supreme Court…

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TUPE and the Poison Pill: implications of Ferguson and others v Astrea
18.05.20 – EmploymentComment, Articles & Publications

Under TUPE 2006 regs 4(4),(5), subject to limited exceptions a purported variation to an employment contract is void if a…

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Remedies for clubs if leagues are decided against their wishes
18.05.20 – SportComment, Articles & Publications

John Mehrzad QC, Head of Sports Law Group at Littleton, John Shea, Senior Associate at Lewis Silkin, and Doug Harmer,…

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WEBINAR: Frustration of contracts and Force Majeure clauses
15.05.20 – CommercialWebinars

Leading Silk, Charles Samek QC addressed general principles of “Frustration of Contracts and Force Majeure Clauses”, with a focus on…

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