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Professor Erika Szyszczak involved in various presentations across Europe throughout November 2014
On 13 November 2014 Professor Erika Szyszczak gave a presentation at the Annual ERA Seminar on State Aid in Trier, Germany on the new Guidelines for State Aid for Energy Infrastructure and the recent European Commission Decision on the UK government guarantee and contract for difference to fund the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station.
Added: 24.11.2014   |  Tags:  News
David Reade QC appears in the CJEU
David Reade QC appeared for Bluebird, trading as Bonmarche, in the conjoined hearing with the Woolworths litigation before the CJEU.
Added: 21.11.2014   |  Tags:  News
Paul Cooklin joins Littleton as Director of Clerking
Paul Cooklin joins Littleton as Director of Clerking
Added: 17.11.2014   |  Tags:  News
John Bowers QC and John Mehrzad advise on football governance policy
Littleton’s co-Head of Chambers, John Bowers QC, and the Head of the Sports Law Group, John Mehrzad, advised on the policy recently announced by the Shadow Minister of Sport, Clive Efford MP, which has been reported as “the biggest legislative shake-up in the governance of English and Welsh football clubs since the advent of the game".
Added: 20.10.2014   |  Tags:  News
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When will the court grant freezing orders in support of foreign proceedings?
Dispute Resolution analysis: in light of the recent Commercial Court decision in ICICI v Diminico, Andrew Harris and Duncan Hope, partners at DWF's Manchester office, and Adam Solomon and Nicholas Goodfellow, counsel at Littleton Chambers, analyse the English court's jurisdiction to grant freezing orders in aid of foreign proceedings.
Added: 13.11.2014   |  Tags:  Comments  Cases  Commercial Law
Judgment Handed Down in Important Holiday Pay Appeal
Judgment was handed down today in the much anticipated holiday pay appeals in Hertel v Wood, BEAR Scotland v Fulton & Baxter and Amec v Law.
Added: 04.11.2014   |  Tags:  Cases
John Mehrzad involved in UEFA disciplinary into Serbia-Albania abandonment
John Mehrzad involved in UEFA disciplinary into Serbia-Albania abandonment
Added: 24.10.2014   |  Tags:  Cases
Michael Duggan QC wins in the Court of Appeal on important garden leave issues
Michael Duggan QC wins the case of Michael William Rodgers v Sunrise Brokers LLP. The judgment could have far reaching effects on the practice of garden leave.
Added: 23.10.2014   |  Tags:  Cases
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When will the court grant freezing orders in support of foreign proceedings?
Dispute Resolution analysis: in light of the recent Commercial Court decision in ICICI v Diminico, Andrew Harris and Duncan Hope, partners at DWF's Manchester office, and Adam Solomon and Nicholas Goodfellow, counsel at Littleton Chambers, analyse the English court's jurisdiction to grant freezing orders in aid of foreign proceedings.
Added: 13.11.2014   |  Tags:  Comments  Cases  Commercial Law
Bring Your Own Device – Managing the Risks
On 6 October 2014, the Government published new guidance on BYOD (‘Bring Your Own Device’) which highlights the fact that allowing employees to use their own technology at work is not just a technical issue that needs to be grappled with by IT departments, but has wide-ranging implications for employers.
Added: 13.11.2014   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
The Difficulties of Enforcing Gagging Clauses in Player Contracts
The Difficulties of Enforcing Gagging Clauses in Player Contracts
Added: 12.11.2014   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law
Litigation funding and third-party costs orders: A practical view from the Bar
James Bickford Smith considers the effects and scope of the recent decision in Excalibur Ventures LLC v Texas Keystone Inc and others.
Added: 11.11.2014   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
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Articles

Why Suarez’s appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport may succeed
Why Suarez’s appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport may succeed, John Mehrzad blogs for LawInSport
Added: 11.08.2014   |  Tags:  Comments  Articles
Prof. Erika Szyszczak interviewed by The Carbon Brief on UK energy state aid
What does the state aid ruling on UK energy subsidies mean? The Carbon Brief on UK energy state aid interviews Erika Szyszczak
Added: 06.08.2014   |  Tags:  Articles
Prof. Erika Szyszczak writes for the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice
Prof. Erika Szyszczak writes on the new EU Guidelines for EU State Aid for Energy and the Environment in the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice
Added: 21.07.2014   |  Tags:  Articles
Fast and furious: a practical view from the Bar
In his monthly column originally published by PLC, James Bickford Smith considers four recent decisions concerning the standard to which first instance courts and tribunals will be held
Added: 06.06.2014   |  Tags:  Comments  Articles
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