Yearly Archives: 2014


Judicial Review Update: One consultation size does not fit all


This article was first published by Solicitors Journal in November 2014, and is reproduced by kind permission. Click here to view the article. Saara Idelbi discusses challenges over QASA, defeats for… Read more »

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Legal Affairs


This article first appeared on SportBusiness.com. As businesses operating in sport become more professional, the expectations and standards of judgment for managers and directors become greater. Patricia Leonard, a specialist… Read more »

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European Arrest Warrant: Safe & Practical


Extradition is frequently a political football and last week was no exception. It appeared at one stage as if important decisions could be made about whether we remain a signatory… Read more »

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The Bar: White, Male, Middle Class


The Bar remains dominated by those from a certain socio-economic background, with the expense of training the greatest obstacle to entry, says James Robottom. Along with the upper judiciary, the… Read more »

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The Equality Act 2010 & Professional Regulation


Most professional regulators are what are known as ‘qualifications bodies’ for the purposes of the Equality Act 2010 (‘the Act’). The Act makes it unlawful for a qualifications body to discriminate in… Read more »

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Choosing The Right Referencing Period For Holiday Pay Calculations


Employers Need To Decide How They Will Apply The Bear v Fulton Judgment As the dust begins to settle following the judgment of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case… Read more »

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Irish Mothers Win Compensation Rights Over ‘Barbaric’ Operations In Childbirth


This article was first published in The Times. From this week women in Ireland who underwent barbaric surgical procedures during childbirth will be entitled to apply for compensation under a… Read more »

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Human Rights Imperative


The International Olympic Committee’s new anti-discrimination clause has symbolic power. The recent announcement by the International Olympic Committee of the introduction of an anti-discrimination clause into the contract for Olympic… Read more »

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TUPE – Identifying the date of the transfer


A recent EAT decision has provided welcome clarity about how to determine when a TUPE transfer took place, explains Jeffrey Jupp. Jeffrey Jupp is an employment barrister at 7 Bedford… Read more »

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Judicial Review Update July 2014


This article was first published by Solicitors Journal in April 2014, and is reproduced by kind permission. Click here to view the article. If you haven’t heard Government’s jibing of… Read more »

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