The EAT has given judgment in Eiger Securities LLP v Korshonova UKEAT/0149/16 where a tribunal held that the claimant had been subjected to a detriment and disciplined for making a protected disclosure. The judgment deals with the requirement that there be a disclosure of information, considers the meaning of a breach of a legal obligation […]
An Employment Tribunal has found that a complaint of direct age discrimination made by Scott Kelly against PGA European Tour was not well founded and was dismissed. Mr Kelly, Group Marketing Director of PGA European Tour, claims he was sacked by the incoming Chief Executive, Keith Pelley, on grounds of age. The tribunal accepted, however, that […]
The President of the Upper Tribunal has quashed a decision of the Home Office in one of the key ETS language testing cases. There are many of these cases, arising out of alleged English language testing fraud for immigration purposes, conducted (for the most part) in 2014, and following an exposé by BBC’s Panorama. The […]
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new blog ‘The Law of Nations’. Public and private international law play an increasingly important role in the decisions of the English courts. The Law of Nations aims to provide timely analysis of English court decisions across the vast range of areas where international law issues […]
Alex Bailin QC’s article ‘Donald Trump’s plans for Guantanamo should matter to Britain’, published by The Times
Alex Bailin QC has written an article about Britain’s special relationship with the US and Trump’s stance on Guantanamo Bay. To read the article in full, please see here.