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“Employment in a Social Media World” – Michael Duggan QC to speak at ELA events

Michael Duggan QC will be speaking on “Employment in a…

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Charles Samek QC and Marc Delehanty instructed in latest round of BTA Bank V Ablyazov litigation

Charles Samek QC and Marc Delehanty represented Ilyas Khrapunov, the…

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John Mehrzad features in LawInSport.com’s “Guide to Key Legal Issues in the Football Transfer Window
John Mehrzad awarded 2015 Corporate Advisory Barrister in Corporate LiveWire Global Awards

John Mehrzad has been awarded Corporate Advisory Barrister of the…

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Summary Judgment: A Ppractical View from the Bar
Littleton barristers interviewed for Comparative Anti-Discrimination Law Study

On 4 and 5 May 2015 Naomi Ellenbogen QC, David…

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John Mehrzad comes in first at the London Legal Support Trust’s Walk the Thames Half Marathon

John Mehrzad was first to cross the finish line while raising…

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The costs of complexity (revisited): A practical view from the Bar

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

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Littleton responds to Abu Dhabi Employment Tribunal Consultation

Littleton’s Employment Group has responded to a consultation launched by…

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David Reade QC appears in Court of Appeal in ratings appeal on the valuation of vacant office space

David Reade QC appeared in the Court of Appeal in…

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Naomi Ellenbogen QC has been appointed to the Board of the Bar Standards Board

We are thrilled to announce that Naomi Ellenbogen QC has…

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Katherine Apps and Laura McNair-Wilson appointed to the EHRC’s new panel of Counsel

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has announced the appointment…

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Michael Duggan QC Appointed to Bar Council Equality, Diversity and Social Mobility Committee

Michael Duggan QC has been appointed a member of the…

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Damian Brown QC and Ed Kemp to speak in Dubai on DIFC Law

Damian Brown QC and Ed Kemp will be speaking in…

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Find out why Suarez’s CAS appeal may succeed

This article was first written for and published by LawInSport.…

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The County Court Challenge: A Practical View from the Bar

  In his monthly column, James Bickford Smith discusses the…

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ED Kemp Appointed as Registered Practitioner for the Dubai (DFIC) Courts

Ed Kemp has registered as a Part II practitioner will…

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Free movement of doctors in the NHS

Edward Kemp  In Kapenova v. Department of Health [2014] ICR…

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Why Suarez’s appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport may succeed

In this article for LawinSport John Mehrzad proposes to look in…

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Garden Leave: the Pros and Cons of Salaried Idleness

Daniel Tatton Brown writes about garden leave injunctions, following the…

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The Consequences of Receipt of Confidential Information by an Employment Tribunal

Nicholas Siddall assesses the decision of the EAT in Begraj-v-Heer Manak…

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John Mehrzad on Qatar Scandal

Al-Arabiya has compiled views from several legal experts on the…

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Alexander Robson Wins in Commercial Court on Meaning of “Unforeseen Circumstances”
Signing a new contract does not mean restrictive covenants are binding absent proper consideration

Craig Rajgopaul  Many large employers (particularly those who acquire other…

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Professor Erika Szyszczak lectures to the Turkish Competition Authority

Regulating dominant firms has become an important item on the…

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John Mehrzad, Adam Solomon and Charlotte Davies to speak at Sport Resolutions Seminar

John Mehrzad, Adam Solomon and Charlotte Davies will speak at a seminar…

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The employment status of British football referees – Jeremy Lewis blogs for LawinSport

Steve Conroy was a top-level referee in Scotland for 12…

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Controlling the Process: A Practical View from the Bar

In his latest column for PLC,James Bickford Smith discusses the…

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Second bites at the cherry, defective witness statements and sanction: a practical view from the Bar

In his monthly column, James Bickford Smith discusses the Court…

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Andrew Clarke QC on Relating to the Fans

In his latest blog for LawInSport, Andrew Clarke QC reflects…

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Ed Kemp writes on obesity discrimination for the ELA Briefing

This article was originally published by the ELA Briefing. The…

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Whistleblowing: Dealing with the Campaigner

Martin Fodder  Whatever the reasons for the phenomenon may be,…

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Defending Challenges to Pay Terms

Ed Kemp The need to review pay terms In the…

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Public Sector Equality Duty: Practical Pointers

Katherine Apps The PSED Section 149 of the EA 2010…

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Prof. Erika Szyszczak interviewed by The Carbon Brief on UK energy state aid

What does the state aid ruling on UK energy subsidies…

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Fast and furious: a practical view from the Bar

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

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Lucy Bone Appointed to ELA Management Committee

Littleton Chambers is delighted to announce that Lucy Bone has been…

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Daniel Northall on the Richard Scudamore controversy

Daniel Northall writes for LawInSport on the legal implications of the…

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Littleton Ranked 13th in Chambers Category of Diversity League Table 2014

Littleton is pleased to have been ranked 13th overall, in…

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Daniel Northall rounds up developments in disability discrimination from the first half of 2014

Daniel Northall   Definition of disability Z v A Government…

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Daniel Northall rounds up developments in disability discrimination from 2013

Daniel Northall Definition of Employee X v Mid Sussex Citizens…

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Jeffrey Bacon Has Been Co-opted into the Employment Lawyers Association Working Party

Jeffrey Bacon has been co-opted onto The Employment Lawyers Association…

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What are the wider implications of the impending tax changes of members of an LLP?

The impending tax changes for the taxation of the members…

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David Reade QC wins Employment Silk of the Year

We are delighted to announce that David Reade QC has…

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Mohinderpal Sethi Joins Littleton

Mohinderpal Sethi  has joined Littleton. Mohinderpal is one of the…

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Law Society Gazette on John Mehrzad’s Moyes Abalysis

The Law Society Gazette complimented the ability of Littleton Chambers…

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John Bowers QC & Naomi Ellenbogen QC Elected as Joint Heads of Littleton Chambers

Littleton is pleased to announce the election of John Bowers…

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February Round-Up: a practical view from the Bar discusses the current wave of relief from sanctions

February Round-Up: a practical view from the Bar discusses the…

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TUPE: a breeze of change – James Bickford Smith’s opinion piece for Recovery News

James Bickford Smith has written the lead Opinion piece for…

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James Bickford Smith writes for PLC on “Default and its consequences

In his monthly column for PLC, James Bickford Smith discusses…

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John Bowers QC Elected Joint Head of Chambers

Littleton is pleased to announce that John Bowers QC has…

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Internal disciplinary hearings and injunctions

Dr Chhabra is a consultant psychiatrist at Broadmoor Hospital. She…

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Jonathan Cohen Successfully Obatains Judgment for GlencoreXStrata

The High Court has today given judgment in Kearns v…

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Garden Leave and Gandhi

“Indolence is a delightful but distressing state; we must be…

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Clive Freedman in the BVI

On Tuesday 10 September Clive Freedman QC spoke in the…

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Littleton Seminar: The Jackson Reform

The Jackson reforms are taking shape and gathering pace. New…

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Rio Ferdinand’s exclusion from England – victimisation?

The sports lawyer clutching their copy of the Equality Act…

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What is a good reason for departing from a mandatory costs budget?

In his monthly column in PLC, James Bickford Smith examines…

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Restrictive Covenants in Franchise Agreements

The judgment of Mr Justice Males in PSG Franchising Limited…

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The Seldon time-travel machine

Law firms seeking to enforce compulsory retirement rules should not…

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Discharge of Guarantees. The Doctrine of “Purview of the Guarantee”.

CIMC Raffles (Singapore Ltd & Anr v Schahin Holdings SA…

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Career threatening injury in professional sport: 6 key points about insurance

Please click here for the full comment.    Related link:  …

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Glasgow Employment Seminar

Littleton is holding an Employment Seminar in Glasgow on Wednesday 15th May.…

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Littleton Nominated for the Lawyer ‘Chambers of the Year’ Award 2013

Littleton is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted…

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Freezing Orders and best practice

In his monthly column in PLC, James Bickford Smith considers…

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Naomi Ellenbogen QC Advises Guernsey on the Introduction of Disability Discrimination Legislation

On 5 November 2013, Naomi Ellenbogen QC was the keynote…

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Horse racing and doping: Ignorance of the law is a dubious excuse

The recent doping scandal involving the trainer Mahmood Al-Zarooni has…

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Insightful Littleton Seminar on the Future of Commercial Litigation Post Jackson Reforms

On Tuesday 5th March Littleton hosted a seminar at Inner Temple to discuss…

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Jackson and the occupational hazards of commoditised litigation

In his monthly column in PLC, James Bickford Smith examines…

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Criminal investigation outside sphere of professional activity: Patel v GMC

Eleena Misra comments on the recent decision of Dr Indravadan…

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Avoiding Jackson’s sharp teeth

In his monthly column in PLC, James Bickford Smith considers…

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Tooth-combs, bug bears and tribunal awards for loss of statutory rights

Once, appearing for a Respondent in the Employment Appeal Tribunal…

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Proposed increases to doping bans under the WADA Code

Nicholas Goodfellow writes on proposed increases to doping bans under…

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Pre-action correspondence and costs following discontinuance

In his monthly column in PLC, James Bickford Smith considers…

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Surveying the Landscape Recent Negligent Valuation Claims

In the backwash of this recession the Courts are revisiting…

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The costs of failing to comply with duties to the Court on an ex parte application

If ever a concrete illustration were needed of the dramatic…

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Jonathan Cohan Shortlisted for Employment Junior of the year for the 2013 Chambers Bar Awards

Littleton is delighted to announce that Jonathan Cohen has been…

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Nigel McEwen on “The Post-Jackson World: Creativity and Innovation in fee structures”

Littleton’s Commercial Director, Nigel McEwen, delivered a presentation on“The Post-Jackson…

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When is a settlement agreement binding? A practical view from the Bar

In his monthly column for PLC, James Bickford-Smith discusses the…

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Sophia Berry & Mark Humphreys Became Members of Littleton

Sophia Berry and Mark Humphreys became members of Chambers on…

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Nicholas Siddall Joins Littleton fromn Kings Chambers, Manchester
IMMEDIATE TERMINATION AND A NEW IMPLIED TERM

The Supreme Court has handed down its decision in Societe…

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Can a contractual warranty be a representation?

In Sycamore Bidco Ltd v Breslin & another [2012] EWHC…

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Senior Executive Dismissals

Daniel Tatton Brown delivered a paper, entitled “Executives Behaving Badly”,…

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Jimmy Savile and Employment Law

In a blog entitled “Jimmy Savile and workplace culture today”…

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Littleton Member Nominated for Chambers & Partners Award
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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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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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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No Universalism, please, We’re British

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

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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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Shortlist Updated