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Addleshaw Goddard has appointed Malcolm Pike as head of the Manchester office, as part of the new-look leadership team at the firm.
This round-up includes costs and unreasonable refusals to engage in ADR and four recent cases considering the refusal by one party to engage in ADR.
The Supreme Court decision in FHR European Ventures LLP & Ors v Cedar Capital Partners LLC provides a reminder that bribery also gives rise to civil claims.
What mechanisms can be put in place to protect confidential information in proceedings?
Without doubt the most significant decision in recent months concerning the courts’ management of cases is Denton v White.
Addleshaw Goddard has released the September 2014 edition of its European Employment Law Update. This section focuses on Finland.
Addleshaw Goddard client Totally Wicked has won the right to formally challenge the validity of article 20 of the EU’s Tobacco Products Directive at the CJEU.
Recent decisions from the Court of Appeal and EAT on territorial scope of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and the Equality Act 2010
A US employee working 49 per cent of his time in the UK failed to establish that he fell within the territorial scope of UK employment law to pursue claims of unfair dismissal.
A recent case highlights the importance of ensuring that terms used in a formula to determine whether or not bonus payments are payable are clearly understood by the parties involved.
Failure to pay male employee enhanced additional paternity pay equivalent to enhanced maternity pay not discriminatory
An employer’s decision to pay statutory paternity pay during additional paternity leave, while offering generous enhanced maternity pay to women on maternity leave, did not amount to sex discrimination.
It’s a question of trust — why do so many employment disputes arise from a breach of trust and confidence?
Employers and employees often rely on the trust and confidence term when they wish to leave the relationship. The outcome is significant.
Addleshaw Goddard has announced a new leadership role for litigation partner Mark Hastings, who has been appointed head of fraud, regulatory and corporate crime.
The Court of Appeal in has considered the effect of a lease provision requiring a repeat guarantee as a condition of landlord’s consent on intragroup assignment.
Addleshaw Goddard has promoted seven managing associates to legal director with immediate effect, bringing the total number of legal directors up to 36.
Welcome to the latest edition of Addleshaw Goddard’s Employee Incentives Update, which contains a round-up of key developments in this area during August 2014.
Addleshaw Goddard has announced that it has hired finance litigation expert and partner Richard Clayton, who joins the London office as a partner from TLT.
A recent maternity case (Smith-Twigger v Abbey Protection Group) has illustrated the importance of maintaining contact during the maternity-leave period.
Factors the EAT will take into account when making an order for the repayment of an appellant's fees
The EAT has considered the factors that should be taken into account when considering making an order for repayment of a successful appellant’s EAT fees.
The High Court has held that an employer was entitled to waive an employee’s repudiatory breach of contract and keep the contract of employment alive.
The Court of Appeal has overturned a High Court judge’s decision to add words to a non-compete restriction, which had originally offered the employer very little protection.