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UK Athletics Independent Review – Update
Added: 13.02.2020   |  Tags:  Cases  Sports Law
The investigation stage of the Independent Review into UK Athletics’ handling of issues

David Reade QC, Niran De Silva and Georgina Leadbetter named in The Lawyer’s top appeals of 2020
Added: 11.02.2020   |  Tags:  News  Cases  Employment Law
Three members of Littleton namely David Reade QC, Niran De Silva and Georgina Leadbetter have been named in The Lawyer’s top appeals of 2020 https://www.thelawyer.com/revealed-the-top-appeals-of-2020/

Mo Sethi QC and Sophia Berry in first ever leapfrog appeal from EAT to Supreme Court
Added: 31.01.2020   |  Tags:  Cases  Employment Law
Mo Sethi QC and Sophia Berry in first ever leapfrog appeal from EAT to Supreme Court

Commercial Court gives judgment in US$850 million Russian Banking Fraud Dispute.
Added: 28.01.2020   |  Tags:  News  Cases  Asset Tracing and Fraud
On 23 January, Mr Justice Bryan handed down judgment in National Bank Trust v Yurov & others [2020] EWHC 100 (Comm) following a nine-week trial in October/November 2018. The case had previously featured as one of The Lawyer magazine’s Top 20 Cases of the Year and was one of the most substantial Commercial Court trials to take place in 2018.

Judgment handed down in Walker v Wallem Shipmanagment LTD
Added: 16.01.2020   |  Tags:  Cases  Employment Law
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (Mr Justice Kerr sitting with members) today handed down judgment in the case of Walker v Wallem Shipmanagement Limited, an important case on territorial jurisdiction for discrimination claims by seafarers.

Paul Gilroy QC and John Mehrzad successfully represent Antonio Conte
Added: 14.01.2020   |  Tags:  Cases  On Sport
Following eighteen months of litigation, the London Central Employment Tribunal has issued a public judgment that Antonio Conte was unfairly dismissed by Chelsea FC and that he be awarded the maximum compensatory award and a basic award.

Jess Varnish’s appeal progresses to 2020
Added: 17.12.2019   |  Tags:  Cases
Jess Varnish’ appeal against the decision of the Employment Tribunal that she was neither an employee or a worker of British Cycling will proceed to a full hearing in 2020. The EAT granted permission on 17 December 2019 for the appeal to proceed to a full hearing and directions will now be given.

John Mehrzad successful for international referee before Court of Arbitration for Sport
Added: 16.12.2019   |  Tags:  Cases  Sports Law
John Mehrzad, acting as a member of the CAS advocates panel, successfully represented Christophe Lecourt in English and French before the Court of Arbitration for Sport, Lausanne, in an appeal against M. Lecourt's non-selection as an international referee by the European Volleyball Federation, purportedly due to level of his Body Mass Index and abdominal circumference.

Littleton Cross - Border Anti Suit Injunction Referred to CJEU
Added: 12.12.2019   |  Tags:  Cases  Commercial Law  International & Offshore
Does a person domiciled in a Recast Brussels Regulation state have, by virtue of Article 4(1), a positive right to be sued only where they are domiciled and not to be sued in a non-Regulation country?

David Lascelles in further Court victory on £1.5billion Candy brothers claim
Added: 03.12.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Cases  Commercial Law
On Friday, David Lascelles appeared before Michael Green Q.C. (sitting as a Judge of the High Court) on the Claimant’s application for an extension of time to appeal a July 2019 High Court judgment

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