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Illegality and the impact on worker based claims. Hounga extended? Unfinished business from Hounga

David Reade QC and Freshfields have succeeded in claims before…

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Ed Kemp wins for college in high profile whistleblowing case

Ed Kemp has successfully defended Wymondham College from a whistleblowing…

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Adam Solomon succeeds in Injunction

Adam Solomon representing the insurer claimant in the case Ropner…

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Whistleblowing detriment and the liability of co-workers: valuable or valueless? by Daniel Northall

The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 introduced a substantial…

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Michael Duggan QC successfully obtains declaration and injunction at trial in Pickwell and Nicholls

Michael Duggan QC successfully obtains declaration and injunction at trial…

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Expanding the Frontiers of Indirect Discrimination Disadvantage and Associative Discrimination by Michael Duggan QC

In this in-depth paper, Michael Duggan QC addresses developments where…

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BGC Brokers LP v Mourad Abourahim listed as one of the most notable case before the DIFC Courts

In the DIFC Courts’ Annual Review 2015, Edward Kemp’s case CFI…

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Paul Gilroy QC comments on recent accusations of discrimination in BBC recruitment

Twice in the space of four days, the BBC has…

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Damian Brown QC succeeds in defending England forward David Wilson against disciplinary charges

England Rugby forwards, David Wilson and George Kruis have been…

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Adam Solomon and Charlotte Davies succeed in obtaining novel form of springboard relief. Read a copy of the judgment in Dorma UK Ltd v Bateman & Ors

Adam Solomon and Charlotte Davies successful in obtaining novel form of springboard relief.…

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Service Provision Changes and Multiple Organised Groupings

Service Provision Changes and Multiple Organised Groupings Nicholas Siddall analyses…

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Preservation of evidence and misconduct during employment: is the law right?

By Daniel Tatton-Brown QC An employee believes that the working…

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Employment Law Implications for Liquidated Damages and the Penalty Rule following El Makdessi

Paul Gilroy QC looks at the employment law implications for…

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Paul Gilroy QC comments in The Sun

Paul Gilroy QC has been cited in The Sun on…

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Chris Quinn discusses the collapse of £10 million Restrictive Covenant Speedy Trial

Chris Quinn discusses the collapse of £10 million Restrictive Covenant…

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Michael Duggan QC successful on Cross Appeal

Michael Duggan QC has succeeded on a cross appeal in…

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Michael Duggan QC on Social Media

Michael Duggan QC visits Guernsey and Jersey to make presentations…

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Michael Duggan QC speaks on Equal Pay and the Private Sector

Michael Duggan QC made a presentation at the ½ day…

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Regulating witness statements: A practical view from the Bar

In his monthly column originally published by PLC, James Bickford…

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Duty to consult in collective redundancies remains a mystery

Employment analysis: In cases of collective redundancy, when does the…

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Collective Redundancy- Uncertainty Drawing to a Close

David Reade QC (appeared for Bluebird) On the 5 February 2015 AG…

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David Reade QC obtains permission to seek a Judicial Review of the Pension Regulator

David Reade QC succeeded before Mr Justice Mitting in obtaining…

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James Wynne successful in discrimination and harassment claim against one of Britain’s biggest Unions

Sally Nailard v Unite the Union The Employment Tribunal sitting…

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Ramphal v Department for Transport: View from Littleton

Craig Rajgopaul writes for our monthly column “View from Littleton Chambers”…

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Managing work place stress – tips for employers & employees in light of Easton v B&Q

Lydia Banerjee According to many of my clients there has…

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Employment status of statutory officeholders: Matthew Sheridan succeeds in Court of Appeal

Does the test for implication of contracts which has been…

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Discrimination in sport

Watch our video of Andrew Clarke QC and Charlotte Davies discussing…

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Opinion of AG in Woolworths/Lyttle/Bluebird released – David Reade QC appeared in ECJ for Bluebird

The Opinion of the Advocate General has been released today…

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Tory proposals for cap on redundancy payments in public sector, David Reade QC comments on Sky News

David Reade QC appeared on Sky News, as a leading…

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Nicholas Siddall to speak in seminar on Redundancy and Dismissal

On 18th November Nicholas Siddall will be speaking in a…

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An Introduction to Judicial Review – Web Cast

Carol Davis and Eleena Misra look at Judicial Review: what…

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Ed Kemp wins in DIFC Court of First Instance

Ed Kemp Justice Sir Richard Field has handed down Judgment…

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Return to sender: A practical view from the Bar

  In his monthly column, originally published by PLC, James Bickford…

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Supreme Court rejects appeal on Sunrise Brokers Garden Leave Case

On 16thFebruary 2015, the Supreme Court refused permission to appeal…

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David Reade QC and Alexander Robson representing Sunderland AFC in High Court case

David Reade QC and Alexander Robson are currently representing Sunderland…

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Collective redundancies: the ECJ clarifies the meaning of the term “establishment”

Sophia Berry  In a press release on the Woolworths judgment,…

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Daniel Tatton Brown acts for successful appellant in important CA discrimination case

Daniel Tatton Brown, instructed by Sarah Lamont and Jane Wallenstein…

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How well do you understand the concept of direct discrimination?

Most of our readers are intelligent and well informed so…

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Fifth Supplement to Whistleblowing: Law & Practice (2012) Now Available

The new (fifth) cumulative supplement to the second edition of…

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A Practical View from Tribunal: Extending Time Because of Early Conciliation

Grahame Anderson writes for PLC in a regular feature, A…

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Ed Kemp appointed to ELA’s Employment Law Oversight Committee

Ed Kemp was delighted to accept an invitation to join…

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Antony Sendall acts for former trader in successful damages claim against Mishcon de Reya

Antony Sendall acts for a former trader in successful damages…

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Damian Brown QC and Ed Kemp go to Dubai

Damian Brown QC and Ed Kemp are going to Dubai…

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Littleton awarded Employment Chambers of the Year 2014

Building on the success of David Reade QC, who was…

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Panning For Gold: Points of Interest Following Landmark EAT Ruling

Carol Davis This week’s much anticipated EAT ruling has been…

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Management time: A practical view from the Bar

In his monthly column originally published by PLC, James Bickford…

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Mitchell does not apply in Employment Tribunals

Charlotte Davies  Since the decision of the Court of Appeal…

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John Bowers QC and Niran de Silva await Judgment in Important Holiday Pay Appeal

John Bowers QC and Niran de Silva appeared for different…

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Nicholas Siddall discusses his recent EAT success: Howorth v N Lancs PCT.

Nicholas Siddall assesses the interaction of unfair dismissal, human rights…

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The “band of reasonable responses” test in unfair dismissal

Judicial guidance regarding the meaning and application of s.98(4) of…

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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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