Jeffrey Jupp and Jim Robottom succeed in Privy Council.

Liam Ryan appears in Kaul QC v MoJ, Lord Chancellor and Lord Chief Justice

7BR Part-Heard – Joshua Yetman discusses Fratila & another v...

Podcasts | Jul 2021

Article on ‘Constructive dismissal of partners and LLP members’...

Articles | Jul 2021

7BR Part-Heard – Kate Temple-Mabe discusses Maya Forstater v Centre...

Podcasts | Jun 2021

Elaine Banton on the Employment Tribunals’ backlog of cases

Articles | Jun 2021

“Is the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme discriminatory?”...

Webinars | Mar 2021

Michael Rubenstein Conferences – Discrimination Law in 2021

Events | Dec 2020

DLA’s journal briefings by Elaine Banton and Joshua Yetman

Articles | Nov 2020

TUPE and Insolvency

Webinars | Jun 2020

TUPE & Insolvency by webinar

Events | May 2020

Safety at work in a Covid-19 environment

Webinars | May 2020

Safety at Work in a Covid-19 Environment

Events | May 2020

Free Employment Law Advice to Solicitors

News | Mar 2020

Elaine Banton successful in COA on behalf of respondent in Kilraine v Lion...

Cases | Feb 2020

Discrimination Law Association Conference – 27 November 2018

News | Nov 2018

Elaine Banton wins substantial maternity, sex discrimination and harassment...

News | Oct 2018

When is a disclosure not a disclosure?

Articles | Jun 2018

Catherine Rayner features on Channel 4’s programme Dispatches

News | Feb 2018

Holiday Pay for Workers: A liability stretching back years

Events | Dec 2017


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