Matrix will soon launch Countdown to the Referendum, a series of articles that will explore a number of legal topics surrounding the UK referendum on 23 June 2016. Written by experts from Matrix, the series will cover the legal enforceability of the recent EU settlement, election law issues and the referendum process, claims of EU […]
This is the second article in our sports law briefing series, “Road to Rio”. Over the coming months we will be discussing some of the key legal issues in sport, whilst looking ahead to the Rio Olympics and Paralympics this summer. In this article, Nicholas Randall QC discusses the importance of discipline in sport and […]
Elizabeth Prochaska appears on the Today Programme to comment on coroner’s letter to Health Secretary
Elizabeth Prochaska appeared on the Today Programme on Friday 15 April to comment on the coroner’s letter to the Health Secretary warning that the NHS seems to be risking lives by rationing caesareans. The coroner was discussing the case he presided over last year regarding a woman whose son died five days after his birth. […]
Lucy Ward, a Leeds United employee has won her case for unfair dismissal and sex discrimination against the football club. Ms Ward worked as the welfare and education officer at the club and claimed that she was dismissed because of her relationship with the former head coach Neil Redfearn. The club dismissed these allegations and […]
The Employment Lawyers Association has today responded to the proposals for a Single Employment Court. Claire Darwin was a member of the working group on Technology. The full response can be found here.