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David Reade QC shortlisted for Employment Silk of the Year
We are delighted to announce that David Reade Q.C. has been shortlisted in the category of Employment Silk of the Year at the 2014 Chambers Bar Awards.
Added: 22.08.2014   |  Tags:  News  Employment Law
Richard Price OBE QC appointed as an Election Commissioner
Littleton is delighted to announce that Richard Price OBE QC has been appointed as an Election Commissioner by the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court.
Added: 14.08.2014   |  Tags:  News
Fourth Supplement to Whistleblowing: Law & Practice (2012) Now Available
Following the publication of the second edition of "Whistleblowing: Law and Practice" in 2012, a fourth supplement is now available.
Added: 30.07.2014   |  Tags:  News
Supreme Court judgment in Hounga trafficked girl case to be handed down Wednesday 30th July
The Supreme Court to give judgment in the high profile trafficked girl case this Wednesday.
Added: 29.07.2014   |  Tags:  News
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Latest Cases

Antony Sendall acts for former trader in successful damages claim against Mishcon de Reya
Mishcon de Reya will pay over £66,000 in damages and interest to a former client after partially losing a professional negligence case in the High Court.
Added: 12.08.2014   |  Tags:  Cases  Employment Law
David Reade QC succeeds in defence of claims against the Independent on Sunday
David Reade QC successfully defended the Independent on Sunday against claims brought by five of its former arts critics, whose contracts with the newspaper had been terminated.
Added: 04.08.2014   |  Tags:  Cases
David Reade Q.C. & Niran de Silva Succeed in Supreme Court on Law of Illegality
David Reade Q.C. and Niran de Silva appeared for the successful appellant in Hounga v Allen [2014] UKSC 47, an important decision on illegality as a defence to discrimination claims.
Added: 30.07.2014   |  Tags:  Cases
Keeping the contract alive: contractual notice and covenants
Keeping the contract alive: contractual notice and covenants
Added: 29.07.2014   |  Tags:  Cases
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Littleton Comment

Why did Coventry City FC’s State aid claim fail?
Why did Coventry City FC’s State aid claim fail? Marc Delehanty blogs for LawInSport
Added: 19.08.2014   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law
John Mehrzad on Suarez CAS verdict
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has decided that Luis Suarez can now resume football-related activity at club-level.
Added: 14.08.2014   |  Tags:  Comments
BBC cites John Mehrzad on Suarez ban
The BBC cite John Mehrzad in relation to the Luis Suarez ban.
Added: 14.08.2014   |  Tags:  Comments
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
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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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