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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
CityAM cites John Mehrzad on UEFA-European Commission cooperation agreement
CityAM cites John Mehrzad on UEFA-European Commission cooperation agreement.
Added: 15.10.2014   |  Tags:  News  Sports Law
Littleton awarded Employment Chambers of the Year 2014
We are delighted to announce that Littleton has been awarded Employment Chambers of the Year 2014 by the Legal 500 UK.
Added: 08.10.2014   |  Tags:  News  Employment Law
Damian Brown QC and Ed Kemp go to Dubai
Damian Brown QC and Ed Kemp are going to Dubai to speak on the territoriality of UK employment rights and to attend the DIFC’s Third Annual Legal Gala Dinner.
Added: 08.10.2014   |  Tags:  News  Employment Law
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Latest 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
Andrew Clarke QC succeeds in application for injunction to prevent strikes across FE colleges
Andrew Clarke QC succeeds in application for an injunction to prevent strikes across Further Education colleges in England.
Added: 14.10.2014   |  Tags:  Cases  Employment Law
Katherine Apps in leading case on Equality Act 2010 and ESA
This decision in JB v SSWP (ESA) resolves confusion caused by previous inconsistent case law of the Upper Tribunal.
Added: 09.10.2014   |  Tags:  Cases
Daniel Tatton Brown succeeds in Court of Appeal in unfair dismissal territorial jurisdiction case
Daniel Tatton Brown appeared on behalf of the successful Appellant, Creditsights, in decision of Court of Appeal concerning territorial jurisdiction in unfair dismissal claims.
Added: 22.09.2014   |  Tags:  Cases  Employment Law
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Littleton Comment

Fortification fortified: the Court of Appeal's decision in EVP Ltd v Malabu Oil and Gas
The Court of Appeal has approved the three-stage test for granting fortification of a cross-undertaking in damages set out in a number of first instance judgments.
Added: 17.10.2014   |  Tags:  Comments
Ed Kemp writes on obesity discrimination for the ELA Briefing
The Advocate General has given his opinion in Kaltoft that obesity may be a disability. Is this a new frontier for equality law?
Added: 06.10.2014   |  Tags:  Comments
The costs of complexity: A practical view from the Bar
In his monthly column, originally published by PLC, James Bickford Smith considers the Supreme Court’s judgments in Coventry v Lawrence (No 2) and Marley v Rawlings
Added: 03.10.2014   |  Tags:  Comments
Unfair dismissal, territorial jurisdiction and the Higgs Boson
Daniel Tatton Brown comments on important decision of the Court of Appeal concerning territorial jurisdiction in unfair dismissal claims.
Added: 22.09.2014   |  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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