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Sian McKinley to speak at the LSE

Sian McKinley will speak about Corporate Restructuring Law for London School of Economics on 23 June, focusing on employers’ obligations when restructuring business in UK and the impact of TUPE.
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Legal Words on the rights of disabled students from Chris Milsom

Legal Words on the rights of disabled students from Chris Milsom
Chris Milsom has appeared in the Lexis Nexis Legal Words series which invites lawyers and judges to consider important legal developments in a wide array of fields. He discusses the landmark case of Jagoo v Bristol City Council concerning the student exemption on the payment of council tax for disabled students. Interviewed by Alex Heshmaty, C...
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Robin Allen QC and Dee Masters provide submissions to the United Nations

Robin Allen QC and Dee Masters provide submissions to the United Nations
The United Nation’s Open Ended Working Group (OEWG) is considering a new international instrument in order to protect older people.  It has called for evidence in advance of its Eighth Working Session in July 2017 ( https://social.un.org/ageing-working-group ).  Robin Allen QC and Dee Masters, barristers at Cloisters, have submitted a pap...
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What effect should retirement have on disciplinary process?

What effect should retirement have on disciplinary process?
Clarke v General Optical Council [2017] EWHC 521 (Admin) Patricia Hitchcock QC   The thorny issue of retirement during regulatory proceedings came before Fraser J in March by way of appeal under the Opticians Act 1989, s23. The reasoning of his careful judgment has wide application and will be of interest to other regulatory bodies, as well as...
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Claire McCann to co-lead “LGB….But What About the T?” workshop on 24 May

Claire McCann to co-lead “LGB….But What About the T?” workshop on 24 May
Claire McCann , one of the barristers in Cloisters’ award-winning Employment and Equality Team, will be co-leading a workshop next week at the Employment Lawyers Association Annual Conference in central London (24 th May 2017), entitled “LGB….But What About the T? A Conversation about Trans Equality, its Legal Context and Practical Implications”. I...
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