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Littleton Chambers submits response to Consultation on measures to reform post-termination non-compete clauses in contracts of employment.

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Sir Philip Rutnam v Home Office ranked in The Lawyer Top 20 Cases for 2021

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Workers not able to displace a recognised independent Union
01.03.21 Employment Latest Cases

If the employer has recognised an independent union, even where a majority of workers are members of a different union,…

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Littleton Chambers response to Consultation on measures to reform post-termination non-compete clauses in contracts of employment
26.02.21 Employment News

As you will be aware, the Government is carrying out a consultation on measures to reform post-termination clauses in contracts…

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Littleton members appear in ground breaking appeal regarding flexible working and the rights of working mothers

Littleton Chambers’ Mohinderpal Sethi QC, Sophia Berry and Bianca Balmelli, instructed by Slater and Gordon Lawyers on a pro bono…

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Littleton experts ranked in Chambers Global guide
22.02.21 News

We are delighted to have 8 individuals members recommended in the 2021 edition of Chambers Global, as well as a…

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Commentary on today’s Supreme Court decision in Uber BV v Aslam and ors

Taxi for Mr Uber? The Supreme Court has handed down Judgment in the long awaited appeal in Uber BV v…

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Ed Kemp Succeeds in the EAT on Public Interest Test
11.02.21 Employment Latest Cases

In a judgment handed down today, Ed Kemp (who did not appear below) has succeeded in the EAT before HHJ…

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Nick Siddall QC to appear on Radio 4 discussing the legal perspective on vaccinating care home workers
09.02.21 Employment News

Nick Siddall QC appeared on Radio 4 on Friday 12 February between on the programme You & Yours. Nick discussed…

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‘Not a mini-trial’: Supreme Court explains the correct approach in jurisdiction challenges
03.03.21 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsCommercial

Please click here to view a PDF version of the article. Introduction In The Spiliada [1987] AC 460, 465 Lord…

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Webinar | Recent Employment Law Developments
03.03.21 – WebinarsEmployment

Our latest webinar, hosted by Nick Siddall QC and Dan Northall for the Northern and North Eastern Circuits, covers Recent…

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Webinar | The Implications of Uber
02.03.21 – WebinarsEmployment

In this webinar, David Reade QC presents the implications of the Supreme Court decision in Uber BV v Aslam and others. David…

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Res Judicata and Employers’ Internal Disciplinary Procedures
01.03.21 – Employment

Nicholas Siddall QC considers the recent decision of the Court of Appeal in UNITE-v-McFadden, its guidance as to the application…

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The One Thing Every Business Needs From Its Employment Lawyer This Year
08.02.21 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsEmployment

The one thing every business needs from its employment lawyer this year. As legal advisers our job starts long before…

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Irwell v Watson: tribunals as a one stop shop – by John Bowers QC
05.02.21 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsEmployment

Is an employment tribunal a court? Does it matter? Employment tribunals were intended when first introduced in 1963 to be…

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Something to Celebrate? Will Football Regulation Strike the Right Balance in the Covid-19 Era?
28.01.21 – Comment, Articles & PublicationsSport

Antony Sendall and Joseph Bryan discuss the regulatory framework governing match-day conduct in the Covid-19 era in professional football. Please…

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