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Employment Tribunal Pleadings: Just the Facts

United Kingdom - September 22 2020 It is an oft repeated mantra that the Employment Tribunal is an informal dispute resolution forum and that it eschews formality. The experience of…

An Epidemic of Whistleblowing? Practical Aspects of Disclosing Concerns in the Crisis

United Kingdom - June 18 2020 The whistleblowing protection in this field (tests for protection and a broad summary of the legal issues); The overlap with the Health and Safety…

Benjamin Gray, Martin Fodder.

Claims by clubs in the event of a cancelled season

United Kingdom - May 7 2020 Bill Shankly famously observed "Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure…

David Reade QC.

“GIVE ME JUST A LITTLE MORE TIME”: Olympics v Wimbledon and the Legal Problems arising from the Deferral as Opposed to Cancellation of Sporting Events

United Kingdom - April 7 2020 Olympics v Wimbledon and the Legal Problems arising from the Deferral as Opposed to Cancellation of Sporting Events Bianca Balmelli and Nicholas…

Bianca Balmelli.

National Minimum Wage - Deductions, Reductions and Loans. Important EAT Guidance as to Procedure and the Scope of Regulation 12 of the National Minimum Wage Regulations 2015 (“NMWR”)

United Kingdom - March 19 2020 Nicholas Siddall QC analyses the recent decision of the EAT (HHJ Auerbach) in HMRC-v-Middlesbrough FC [2020] UKEAT/0234/19 and comments on the…