Tribunals & Courts

Silent majority

Witness statements in employment tribunals should only be read aloud in exceptional circumstances, argues Mar

14 Feb 2011

ACS Law claims to be subject to 'public scrutiny'

Cases brought by ACS Law on behalf of Media CAT over allegedly illegal file sharing are to be given full judicial scrutiny after the patents county co

08 Feb 2011

Strike up

The BA strikes provided valuable lessons for both unions and employers, but, with industrial action expected to rise, future disputes are likely to be

26 Jul 2010

Update: road traffic

Stuart Andrews reviews several recent cases revealing the challenging and unpredictable nature of contributor

26 Jul 2010

Cap on redundancy payments not age discrimination

A cap on redundancy payments, which limited them to the amount an employee would have earned had he remained in the post until the age of 65, was not

12 Jul 2010

'Disabled' City lawyer wins right to pursue discrimination claim

A City lawyer that claims DLA Piper revoked her job offer because she suffered from depression has won leave to have her case heard for a secon

21 Jun 2010

Care home campaigner loses Strasbourg appeal

Yvonne Hossack, the solicitor campaigning for the rights of the elderly, has lost a key appeal at the European Court of Human Rights in her battle aga

08 Jun 2010

Court of Appeal uncaps wrongful dismissal compensation levels

A dismissal dispute between a surgeon and his hospital could pave the way for multi-million pound compensation claims as prior limitations ar

01 Jun 2010

Airline spurns CoA litigation warning

British Airways has snubbed criticism from top judges, admitting it wants to push ahead with full legal action against th

26 May 2010