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Cloisters barristers ranked in the UK Bar: Labour and Employment 2017

Cloisters barristers ranked in the UK Bar: Labour and Employment 2017
Who’s Who Legal has identified Cloisters as a leader in its field.  It endorsed 13 barristers at the junior level making Cloisters the most endorsed chambers in this category. Two silks and four juniors were also ranked in the highly rated category. Cloisters is pleased and delighted that our legal experts have been recognised for their work i...
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Cloisters Employment Law Conference: What you need to know in 2017

Cloisters Employment Law Conference: What you need to know in 2017
Cloisters’ leading employment law silks and juniors will share their wealth of expertise and practical know-how on hot employment law issues that are likely to have the greatest impact on employment and HR professionals in the coming year. Book now and ensure your place at this one day conference which will be held on 3 November 2016 from 10am to 4...
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Agency Employees, Unfair Dismissal and the Necessity of Communicating an Intention to Dismiss: the recent EAT judgment in Sandle v Adecco UK Ltd

Agency Employees, Unfair Dismissal and the Necessity of Communicating an Intention to Dismiss: the recent EAT judgment in Sandle v Adecco UK Ltd
Ed Williams and Caroline Musgrave appeared before the EAT in July 2016 to argue an important case for agency workers and those who bring or defend unfair dismissal claims in the context of agency employment. Navid Pourghazi discusses the Judgment.   Introduction The EAT’s decision in Sandle v Adecco UK Limited is a must-read for practitioners ...
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Cloisters' barristers and their guests enjoy Temple Women's Forum Garden Party

Cloisters' barristers and their guests enjoy Temple Women's Forum Garden Party
Great fun was had by all at the Temple Women’s Forum Garden Party yesterday  (11 July 2016). Cloisters' barristers Daphne Romney QC , Caroline Musgrave , Dee Masters , Anna Beale , Chesca Lord , Sheryn Omeri , Sarah Fraser Butlin and their invited guests enjoyed drinks and canapés in the beautiful gardens at Inner Temple where they mingled wit...
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Internal appeals and the EDT: the statutory regime reigns supreme

Internal appeals and the EDT: the statutory regime reigns supreme
Tamar Burton considers the impact of an internal appeal decision to change a summary dismissal to a dismissal with notice on the effective date of termination (“EDT”). This factual scenario was considered by the Court of Appeal in Rabess v London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority, a case concerning the interplay between the common law principle...
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Caroline Musgrave discusses the application of QOCS to Motor Insurance Bureau claims

Caroline Musgrave discusses the application of QOCS to Motor Insurance Bureau claims
Caroline Musgrave recaps on Qualified One Way Cost Shifting (“QOCS”) before considering the recent High Court decision of Howe v Motor Insurance Bureau [2016] EWHC 884 (QB) , considering the application of QOCS to Motor Insurance Bureau claims. Here we consider Motor Insurance Bureau (“MIB”) liability for accidents caused by uninsured and untraceab...
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