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Supreme Court gives permission to appeal in Hounga v Allen

The Supreme Court has given permission for the Claimant to…

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Lucy Bone Comments for the Huff Post on Osborne’s Employee/Owner Proposal
LIBOR: Consequences for Bank Employees

The headlines initially concerned the banks and, more recently, a…

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David Reade Q.C. succeeds in EAT for SNR Denton in an important appeal for Administrators

David Reade Q.C. appeared for SNR Denton in SNR Denton…

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Jeremy Lewis with more on Rangers, TUPE and now the FIFA Regulations

RANGERS FC AND TUPE: THE SAGA CONTINUES Following the sale…

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Suzanne McKie QC is now a Member of Littleton

Littleton is delighted to announce that Suzanne McKie QC has…

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Craig Rajgopaul on suspending employees

EAT decisions holding that an Employment Tribunal has impermissibly substituted…

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Confidential Information, Covenants, Injunctions & Russian Law

All property is theft.  Official.  Well, all of us card-carriers…

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Dispute Resolution Clauses – When will they ever learn?

In Sulamerica CIA Nacional de Seguros SA and others v…

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Littleton Welcomes Ed Kemp To Our Team

Littleton is delighted to announce that Ed Kemp, presently at…

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Katherine Apps Analyses Recent ECHR Decision Regarding Article 11, Freedom of Association

Katherine Apps writes for the December issue of the Briefing for…

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John Mehrzad before RFU Disciplinary Panel

Following a widely reported mass brawl during last month’s Plymouth…

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The importance of witness credibility
You’re not fit to wear the shirt

Certainly England players must accept some limitations on their rights…

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Littleton Maintains its Top Ranked Status and “Formidable Reputation” – Chambers & Partners 2013

The Chambers and Partners Bar Directory Rankings published on 1st…

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Supreme Court decision could open floodgates for employers in historic equal pay claims

Employers could face a deluge of historic equal pay claims…

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No Universalism, please, We’re British

Rubin v Eurofinance SA and others [2012] UKSC 46 The…

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Littleton Shortlisted for Chambers of the Year at the British legal Awards 2012

Littleton is pleased to announce that we have been shortlisted…

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The dismissal of a Chief Constable

Sean Price, the Chief Constable of Cleveland Police, was found…

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Injunctions and the duty of disclosure more generally

The duty of disclosure in the context of injunctions has…

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Departing employees, customer lists and business intentions

In Churchill Retirement Living Limited v Luard and Others 2012…

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Nick Goodfellow wins ITV Daybreak case

Nick Goodfellow successfully defended the claim of pregnancy discrimination brought…

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LIBOR – Has Mr Justice Flaux opened the Floodgates?

Are the forces of Hell about to be unleashed on…

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Football Financial Fair Play – Part 2

PART 2 In this two-part article we look at the…

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John Mehrzad Writes for the ‘World Sports Law Reprt’ on Challenges to Playing Contracts

John Mehrzad The 1995 Bosman ruling facilitated free movement of…

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Katherine Apps Instructed in First Judicial Review on LASPO

Katherine Apps was instructed with Martin Chamberlain QC (of Brick…

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New decision on s. 25 Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982

The decision of Newey J in Royal Westminster Investments Ltd…

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Adam Solomon wins in Chancery Division dispute over will of the late Sir Malcolm Arnold

In a judgment approved recently, Adam Solomon was successful on…

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Littleton Welcomes New Barrister, Ming-Yee Shiu

Ming-Yee Shiu has today joined Littleton from 2 Temple Gardens.…

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Daniel Tatton Brown on gagging whistleblowers

It was reported on Radio 4’s Today Programme last week…

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Shortlist Updated