Jeffrey Jupp practises in commercial litigation, employment law and regulatory and professional discipline.
His practice crosses between all three areas and he is as at home in the High Court as he is in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal or in a professional regulatory tribunal. Many of his cases involve the interface between these areas. His cases are frequently factually or legally complex or are highly sensitive.
Jeffrey often acts for offshore and international clients and has been in involved in cases in a number of jurisdictions including Isle of Man, Jersey, Guernsey, the DIFC and has been called to the Cayman Islands Bar.
He is experienced at appellate level having appeared in a number of cases in the Employment Appeal Tribunal, Court of Appeal, and Privy Council.
He is a member of the Disciplinary Panel of the Bar Tribunals and Adjudication Service (formerly the Council of the Inns of Court Disciplinary Panel) and the Chair of the Disciplinary Committee of the Institute of Financial Accountants.
Jeffrey has practiced in this field for over 20 years and is experienced in all aspects of employment and discrimination law. He acts for private companies, local authorities, employees and trade unions. He is instructed in high value, legally complex and/or sensitive cases. Jeffrey has acted in many substantial discrimination cases involving all strands of discrimination.
Much of Jeffrey’s practice concerns groups of employees bringing claims such as: indirect discrimination; TUPE; failure to consult under the 1992 Act; underpayment of the national minimum wage; holiday pay claims. He has acted for and against trade unions in respect of industrial disputes, internal disciplinary matters and in recognition cases.
He has a particular interest in TUPE and has a highly regarded blog.
Jeffrey also has considerable experience in the High Court and has been involved in a number of cases involving medical professionals seeking injunctions to restrain disciplinary action and cases concerning post termination restraint and issues of employee confidentiality. He has also acted in City cases including those related to the alleged manipulation of LIBOR, bonus cases, and carried interest arrangements. He recently acted for a senior banker in respect of a proposed clawback of deferred bonus payments. He is currently acting for a number of bankers bringing substantial disability discrimination claims against their employers.
Jeffrey is a co-author of the Chapter; Human Rights in the Workplace in Tolleys’ Employment Law. He also regularly advises on matters of data protection, RIPA, social media, and human rights issues arising out of the use of personal data in the employment context.
Jeffrey has published on employment law matters in The Times; Financial Times; Employment Law Journal, Solicitors’ Journal, Workplace law and New Law Journal.
Whether, following a relevant transfer within the meaning of TUPE, the transferor continues to be bound by the duty, pursuant to s.9 of the National Minimum Wage Act 1998.View judgment >
Acting for the NHS Trust successful in resisting a final injunction to stop disciplinary proceedings brought against a doctor.View judgment >
Successful application for an injunction to lift an exclusion imposed on a consultant cardiologist by his hospital employer.View judgment >
ACAS EC process. Only one ACAS certificate is permitted in relation to the same matter.
The test for extending time for EAT appeals Tabberer v Mears Ltd  UKEAT 0064_17_0502 - TUPE: Transferee’s variation of the employees’ contracts was not because of the transfer.
TUPE: Transferee’s variation of the employees’ contracts was not because of the transfer.View judgment >
TUPE: whether employee liability information is required to state whether a bonus is contractual.View judgment >
Whether EC Procedure applies to joinder of respondent.View judgment >
Indirect age discrimination; changing terms and conditions and the correct approach to the PCP.View judgment >
Jurisdiction of the county court to hear a claim of disability discrimination related to a doctor’s medical training.
Whether driver entitled to National Minimum Wage during layover.View case >
Whether concessions made before ET were binding on unrepresented Claimant.
Whether Sec of State’s interpretation of the armed forces compensation scheme for injured soldiers was correct (with Derek Sweeting QC).View judgment >
Mental capacity in the employment tribunal.View case >
Discretion and taxation in share option schemes (with Derek Sweeting QC).View judgment >
Jeffrey has practised in commercial litigation, arbitration and mediation for 18 years. His practice routinely involves the following:
Jeffrey is currently instructed in a substantial professional negligence claim involving the provision of allegedly negligent tax advice and a number of minority shareholder cases. He has acted or advised in international and offshore cases in the following jurisdictions: DIFC; Jersey; Guernsey; Isle of Man; and the Cayman Islands.
Allocation of jurisdiction under EC Regulation 1215/2012; Forum non conveniens; Pending actions; Shareholders; Stay of proceedings.View judgment >
New intevening act in contract law.View judgment >
Insurance law - material non-disclosure and affirmation (with Derek Sweeting QC).View judgment >
Alleged mistake and misrepresentation relating to internet ticket sales software in a football ticketing contract.View judgment >
Company law - Restitution. Share option, discretion and taxation of share options. (With Derek Sweeting QC).View judgment >
Jeffrey acts in international and offshore cases involving commercial and employment issues.
In the Cayman Islands he acted for an office-holder in a six-day trial in the Grand Court. He is currently instructed in a substantial group age discrimination claim which was heard by the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal in November 2018 and is currently under appeal to the Privy Council.
In commercial litigation he has acted in cases in Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man and DIFC Arbitrations involving fraud, construction disputes, commercial contracts, professional negligence, insurance and regulatory issues.
He also has been instructed by law officers in Jersey and the Isle of Man as well as by leading solicitors on the Islands.
He has been called to the bar of the Cayman Islands and is a registered DIFC practitioner.
Jeffrey is the Chair of the Disciplinary Committee of the Institute of Financial Accountants, a member of the Disciplinary Panel of the Bar Tribunals and Adjudication Service (formerly the Council of the Inns of Court Disciplinary Panel).
Jeffrey has acted for a number of doctors in MTPS proceedings. Most recently, he successfully represented a senior consultant in a lengthy fitness to practise to investigation, instructed by Bindmans. This included successfully before the IOP of the MPTS on two occasions. Eventually the proceedings were discontinued. Jeffrey has also represented pharmacists before the Disciplinary Panel of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Jeffrey acted for the successful veterinary surgeon in the Privy Council case of Samuel v Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons  UKPC 13. This is a key case regulatory on dishonesty in a private capacity and its effect on impairment.
Jeffrey is regularly instructed by CIPFA to prosecute cases. These include cases arising out of the collapse of the Icelandic Banks when findings were made against the Respondents. He has acted in a number of cases involving FCA regulation, including market abuse and allegedly unlawful collective investment schemes. He has also acted in a number of cases concerned with the scope of the Financial Ombudsman Service. Jeffrey has appeared before the Disciplinary Committee of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
Jeffrey has recently acted in a number of cases before the SDT in particular on Rule 43 cases.
Because of his extensive experience in cases of discrimination in the employment context he has been instructed to act for and against regulators in cases of alleged discrimination on the grounds of race and disability. Jeffrey has published in the ARDL newsletter on this issue.
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