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Tom Brown acts for successful trade union in £1m collective consultation claim

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An Industrial Tribunal in Belfast has upheld a £1m claim that Ulster University failed to consult about collective redundancies, following a two-week trial. The Tribunal accepted Tom’s submissions that there had been a serious failure to consult, and that management had actively misled union officials by not revealing how advanced the proposals to ...
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Essop & Naeem in the Supreme Court: giving answers and provoking new questions in indirect discrimination

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Sarah Fraser Butlin gives expert evidence to PM's cross-party working group to tackle allegations of sexual harassment

Employment and discrimination specialist Sarah Fraser Butlin is today giving expert evidence to the cross-party working group on an Independent Complaints and Grievance Policy . The Working Group has been convened by the Prime Minister following a large number of allegations of sexual harassment. See further details about the group  here and h...
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Paul Epstein QC and Catherine Casserley shortlisted for The Legal 500 UK Awards 2018

  Cloisters is delighted to announce that Paul Epstein QC has been shortlisted for Employment Silk of the Year by The Legal 500 alongside Catherine Casserley for Employment Junior of the Year. The Legal 500 conduct their research over many months and hold interviews with in-house counsel, law firms and sets in the UK. This nomination recognise...
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Martin Seaward 'Fire Risk Assessment' for the Residential Property Tribunal

                    Specialist personal injury barrister Martin Seaward delivered a talk on 'Fire Risk' yesterday to the London region of the Residential Property Tribunal. The talk covered the statutory history of regulations from the Great Fire of London in 1666 and gave a review of the current st...
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