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Legal 500 2016 recognises Cloisters’ Compelling Advocacy, Astute Advice and Exceptional Client Care:

Legal 500 2016 recognises Cloisters’ Compelling Advocacy, Astute Advice and Exceptional Client Care:
        Cloisters is delighted to announce that Legal 500 2016 continues to consider our barristers as Leaders at the Bar for Clinical Negligence, Employment, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Inquests & Inquiries, Personal Injury and Sports law (see here ).  We have been newly included this year for our work on Inque...
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Caspar Glyn QC successfully defends Leyton Orient Football Club against Director of Football’s Wrongful Dismissal claim

Caspar Glyn QC successfully defends Leyton Orient Football Club against Director of Football’s Wrongful Dismissal claim
Working with Liz Ellen, Head of Sport at Mishcon de Reya, Caspar Glyn QC successfully defended Leyton Orient against Mauro Milanese’s claim for wrongful dismissal. The Judge found, after cross-examination, that Mr Milanese had a track record of dishonesty and was prepared to lie when confronted with uncomfortable truths. The Judge held that Leyton ...
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Caspar Glyn QC secures Will Chudley’s appearance in Saturday’s Premiership Final

Caspar Glyn QC secures Will Chudley’s appearance in Saturday’s Premiership Final
Caspar Glyn QC successfully represented Exeter Chief’s scrum half, Will Chudley, for a citing hearing on Tuesday 24 May. Mr Chudley was the Man of the Match in the Chief’s victory over Wasps in the Semi Finals and has been ever present in the team this season. He was cited for allegedly kicking Joe Launchbury contrary to the laws of the game. It wa...
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Caspar Glyn QC represents claimant in sex discrimination case against World Snooker

Caspar Glyn QC represents claimant in sex discrimination case against World Snooker
Caspar Glyn QC represented Michaela Tabb, a high profile former referee, in her claim against World Snooker for sex discrimination, unfair dismissal and breach of contract. The case Michaela McInnes v World Snooker Ltd settled for an undisclosed sum. For press coverage go to: The BBC Sport: Michaela Tabb court case against World Snooker The Guardia...
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