Lender not obliged to offer different service as reasonable adjustment (Green v Southern Pacific Mortgage Ltd)

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Property Disputes analysis: Following the Court of Appeal’s judgment in Green v SouthernPacific Mortgage Ltd, Cloisters' barrister  Declan O’Dempsey , advises that practitioners should identify the service that is being offered to the public or a section of thepublic with some precision. Read the full article here .

EAT upholds courier worker status: Addison Lee v Gascoigne

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In this blog, Rachel Crasnow QC considers the latest instalment in the Addison Lee litigation ( Addison Lee v Gascoigne ), a case in which Cloisters’ Tamar Burton represented the successful claimant at first instance and on appeal. She was instructed by the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain. Overview   The claimant (“C”) had been a cy...
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Tribunal erred in rejecting Shared Parental Leave claim

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Hextall v Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police EAT allows appeal: ET erred in its dismissal of indirect discrimination claim.  Rachel Crasnow QC , specialist in workplace rights, considers the latest appeal in the Shared Parental Leave saga. SUMMARY : Yesterday the EAT found that the ET erred in adopting for the purposes of Mr Hextall’s in...
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What is the price of a breach of covenant?

Jacques Algazy QC and Adam Ohringer  consider the recent Supreme Court case of Morris-Garner v One Step (Support) Ltd [2018] UKSC 20 , which examined the availability of so-called Wrotham Park damages in claims for breach of contract.  The facts of the case were startlingly simple, as was the legal issue which arose; the Judgment of the C...
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Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v Haywood [2018] UKSC – what are the implications of the Supreme Court’s judgment?

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Nathaniel Caiden considers today’s Supreme Court judgment in Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v Haywood [2018] UKSC  in which Caspar Glyn QC and Tom Brown successfully represented Mrs Haywood. Today’s Supreme Court judgment has identified a standardised implied term when giving written notice of dismissal (i.e., a term implie...
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