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Stephanie Clarke

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Penalty clauses: not such a punishing standard for UK employers

United Kingdom - November 28 2013 It seems obvious that key principles of contract law could be considered by a Tribunal when evaluating the terms of an employment contract, though...

Appeal judge makes first decision reversing “unfair relationship” finding: Conlon v Black Horse Limited

United Kingdom - November 16 2012 On 7 November 2012, Mr Justice Wilkie (sitting in the Leeds High Court and on an appeal) handed down an extempore judgment in Conlon v Black Horse Limited following an appeal by Black Horse Limited (“Black Horse”) against the finding by Mr Recorder Atherton (sitting in the Manchester County Court) that there was unfairness within the relationship between the parties within the meaning of Section 140A of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (the “CCA 1974”) resulting from the sale of payment protection insurance (“PPI”) to Mrs Conlon....

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