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Cloisters barristers seek to make new whistleblowing law for judges

Until the case of Gilham v MOJ there was no authority addressing whether judges work under contracts for whistleblowing purposes. DJ Gilham complained of whistle-blowing detriment to the ET after she made protected disclosures at Warrington county court about workplace pressures and potential courtroom dangers to civil judges in the light of &...
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Unintentionally wide non-compete clause: A warning from the Court of Appeal in Egon Zehnder Ltd v Tillman

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Having previously blogged on this case (see here for that blog on Egon Zehnder Ltd v Tillman [2017] EWHC 1278 (Ch)), Jacques Algazy QC and Nathaniel Caiden consider the repercussions of the Court of Appeal judgment in Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd [2017] EWCA Civ 1054.   Background The facts of the case are summarised in the previous blog (see he...
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A Guide to using Statistics in Employment and Equality Litigation

Numbers can be anathema to many lawyers. Yet statistics are a useful weapon in the litigation armoury. This week the Government released its Race Disparity Audit which provides a wealth of such statistics and is a timely reminder of the role that they can play in litigation.  Tom Gillie discusses three recent examples of how statistics can be ...
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Cloisters' Legal 500 Rankings

Cloisters is delighted to announce that it is has been ranked as a leading employment, clinical negligence and personal injury set in the latest Legal 500 rankings which were published today.  Many of our barristers have been singled out for particular praise  in the employment, human rights, clinical negligence, personal injury and inque...
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Regulatory Digest July- September 2017

Brookman v GMC [2017] EWHC 2400 (admin) -          The High Court overturned the MPTS decision to erase from the register a doctor accused of sexual misconduct. HC held that the Tribunal had erred in failing to postpone the hearing and order a further health assessment of the doctor before reaching a dec...
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