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Mugni Islam-Choudhury reports on the latest developments on restrictive covenants following Merlin Financial Consultants Ltd v Cooper and Prophet plc v Huggett.
No5 employment barrister Mugni Islam-Choudhury will present part of a seminar hosted by Birmingham Law Society on effective employment tribunal advocacy.
The appellants were former bus drivers once employed by Centre West who TUPE transferred to London United following a route re-allocation.
Tim Pole of No5 Chambers has prosecuted in a case that saw two brothers from Stoke-on-Trent handed prison sentences after they exposed at least seven workers to asbestos.
The claimant was placed at risk of redundancy with a number of other employees. They were all given the option of choosing voluntary redundancy or redeployment.
No5 Chambers’ employment group has announced the dates for its annual employment seminars in Birmingham and London.
Richard Hignett has successfully represented a small employer at the Birmingham Employment Tribunal, securing a sizeable costs award.
Barrister Charles Crow from No5 Chambers has won an unfair and wrongful dismissal claim for a top surgeon.
In Lock v British Gas, the European Court of Justice decided that holiday pay under the Working Time Directive has to include commission if salary is made up of commission.
Irvine Maccabe reviews new statutory provisions outlawing race discrimination in Jersey.
Wrongful dismissal, unfair dismissal, or both? That is the question posed by Charles Crow and Alexander Mellis.
Anthony Korn reviews the EAT’s ruling in Donnelley Global Document Solutions Group Ltd v Besagni and others (EAT/0397/13).
Earlier this month, the government named and shamed 25 employers who failed to pay their workers the minimum wage.
Russell Holland and Russell Bailey consider the impact of the recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Hainsworth v Ministry of Defence.
Richard Adkinson considers the ruling of the First Chambers of the CJEU in Gülay Bollacke v K + K Klaas & Kock BV & Co KG.
No5 Chambers barrister Jack Feeny has been interviewed by Iain Lee on the BBC Three Counties Breakfast show about an employment tribunal case he was involved in.
Russell Holland from No5 Chambers has appeared for the appellant in Nabili v Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust UKEAT/0437/13/DM.
No5 Chambers has hosted a double celebration to mark Rhona Campbell’s appointment as a tribunal judge and the elevation of John Butterfield to queen’s counsel.
On 4 April, Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau held a fundraising Golf Day at North Worcestershire Golf Club, which was sponsored by No5 Chambers.
Mugni Islam-Choudhury considers the new rules on pre-claim conciliation which become compulsory from 6 May 2014.