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Adesokan v Sainbury's

Adesokan v Sainbury's
Caspar Glyn QC considers the Court of Appeal’s judgment today that an employee can be summarily dismissed for negligence and that a wrongfully dismissed employee cannot normally maintain an ongoing claim for wages. A short but important case from the Court of Appeal was released today. Given the Art 50 decision of the Supreme Court it was a good da...
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A Policy of Uncertainty Won’t Help Workers

A Policy of Uncertainty Won’t Help Workers
Rachel Crasnow QC and Tom Gillie of Cloisters have recently published an article in the New European about the vulnerability of workers’ rights post-Brexit.  The articles argues that the rights of families, agency workers and others could be severely diminished which may damage the wider economy. If the Government wants to reassure the country...
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Schona Jolly's 'Why the Daily Mail is wrong about the judiciary' story ranks Top 5 in The Lawyer's Top 20 stories of 2016

Schona Jolly's 'Why the Daily Mail is wrong about the judiciary' story ranks Top 5 in The Lawyer's Top 20 stories of 2016
It is a sign of a healthy and functioning democracy that the exercise of governmental power can be challenged properly through the courts. Contrary to the screaming headlines in some British newspapers today, yesterday’s High Court decision did not thwart the will of 17 million Brexit voters. The High Court did not decide the EU referendum “did not...
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