Lauren Suding summarises the EAT’s decision in Peninsula Business Services Ltd v Baker.
Lauren Suding explains the Court of Appeal’s reasoning in Pimlico Plumbers v Smith and examines implications for the gig economy.
Francis Hoar summarises the principles in the Court of Appeal’s judgment in Kuznetsov v. Royal Bank of Scotland, where the Court gave guidance on amendments to add whistleblowing claims, the EAT approach to making case management orders without remission, and the need for promptness in applying for cost protection orders.
Jason Braier explores the Court of Appeal judgment in Adesokan v. Sainsbury’s and its implications for the definition of gross misconduct and the remedies for wrongful dismissal
Eirwen Pierrot writes for Discrimination Law Association Briefings 59 (November 2016) 812 on the case of XC Trains Ltd v CD, ASLEF and others  IRLR 748 in which the claimant claimed that a requirement to work weekend shifts indirectly discriminated against women.
Welcome to the latest edition of Field Court Chambers’ Housing Law Newsletter. For 2016 we have refreshed the format of our newsletter which we hope you’ll enjoy. Last year proved to be a very busy year for housing practitioners, with four major Supreme Court decisions and radical changes to the section 21 Housing Act 1988 […]
The 14th Edition of the Field Court Chambers’ Employment Newsletter sets out recent significant employment decisions in an easily digestible format. The last few months have been a busy and interesting time for Field Court Chambers’ Employment Team. As well as the successful EAT appearances and seminars mentioned in the Chambers News section, members of the […]
In this, the 13th Edition of the Field Court Chambers’ Employment Newsletter, we set out the latest appellate decisions in an easily digestible format. The fall in presented claims will be a topic of interest to most employment lawyers, Victoria Flowers summarises the present position with fees and challenges on page 8. Fewer first instance […]
Welcome to the 12th Field Court quarterly newsletter. Chambers has given a number of seminars since the last newsletter. If you attended and want to follow up with any of the speakers the clerks will be able to put you through. If you would like to attend future seminars please speak to the marketing team […]