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Jack Feeny from No5 Chambers has represented Angela Cobbina, former head of legal at the London branch of ABN AMRO, who brought claims for discrimination and unfair dismissal.
Russell Bailey from No5 Chambers has succeeded in an appeal to the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of London Central Bus Company Ltd v Manning.
Barrister Alex Stein from No5 Chambers has prosecuted former foundry owner Laurence Brown from Mansfield for exposing workers to lead poisoning.
Managing actual or potential conflicts of interest is essential for every professional.
Anthony Korn says statutory framework details ‘must change’ to encourage employees to report wrongdoing.
The Chambers UK Bar Guide has ranked No5 Chambers in 15 practice areas.
Most employers have a certain standard of dress in the workplace, whether enforced through contractual terms or through customary practices.
A women made a Direct Discrimination claim that she was treated less favourably as a Muslim in not being provided with uninterrupted breaks.
Nabila Mallick has been nominated by chambers at the suggestion of the bar bono unit for bar pro bono lawyer of the year.
Helen Barney looks at the recent case of Woodhouse v West North West Homes Ltd 2013 UKEAT 0007_12_0506.
Caroline Jennings explores the use of CCTV as evidence in the employment tribunal.
Fatim Kurji considers the meaning of ‘same employment’ within the equal-pay legislation.
The government has decided not to repeal the TUPE rules on service provision change. Anthony Korn summarises its response to the consultation published earlier this year.
Charles Crow considers how claimants can move their cases between the tribunal and the court without getting caught by the doctrine of estoppel.
Louise Corfield looks at what happens when decisions to terminate an employee overlap with a mutual separation.
Russell Holland looks at the recent concerns raised by the TUC in relation to the Agency Worker Regulations.