The claimants, a Russian businessman and one of his tech companies, were identified in an intelligence memorandum prepared by Christopher Steele in December 2016. It suggested that they were involved in Russian hacking of the Democrats in the November 2016 US presidential election. The memo had been provided by Mr Steele to the late Senator […]
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has today published the report of its investigation into antisemitism in the Labour Party. The report found unlawful acts of discrimination and harassment. Sarah Hannett and Emma Foubister were part of the counsel team instructed by the Commission. The report is here.
Court of Arbitration for Sport decision in case concerning use of prosthetic running aids by amputee athlete
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has delivered its decision in the case of Blake Leeper v World Athletics (formerly the International Association of Athletics Federations), which concerns the validity and application of a rule regulating the use of mechanical running aids in elite international athletics. The CAS Panel held that the rule is unlawful […]
Matrix members have responded to the Independent Review of Administrative Law’s (IRAL) call for evidence. The IRAL are looking at potential options for reform to judicial review and have invited individuals to respond to a series of questions. To view Matrix’s response, please see here.
Matrix is delighted to have been ranked in 35 practice areas in Chambers & Partners 2021, with 65 members ranked overall. Matrix is described as “professional and forward thinking” with members described as “at the top of their game.” Congratulations to all who were recommended in this year’s directory and thank you to Chambers & […]