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Richard Hignett, employment barrister at No5 Chambers, has given a talk titled ‘Let’s have a chat (off the record)’ at the Annual Employment Seminar 2014.
Proprietary estoppel prevents the legal owner of property from asserting their strict legal rights in respect of that property when it would be inequitable to allow him to do so.
S Chelvan was on the panel of an event titled ‘The role of pro-bono lawyers in ensuring the protection of refugee rights’ at the European Pro Bono Forum in London.
On 31 October, the Supreme Court handed down its decisions regarding two applications for leave to appeal by air carriers Thomson and Jet 2.
Christopher Young and James Corbet Burcher have advised and represented Persimmon Homes Severn Valley at the Backwell Neighbourhood Plan Examination.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that overtime (voluntary or not) should be taken into account when holiday pay is calculated.
Edward Clougher, 41, has pleaded guilty to wounding with intent after attacking his neighbour with a machete. Phil Bradley and Graham Henson defended.
The Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings (protection of Employment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014 came into force on 31 January 2014.
The Divisional Court has handed down its decision in Galiazia v Governor of HMP Hewell and another. Ian Brownhill was junior counsel for Galiazia.
Redhill Aerodrome: special circumstances in green belt cases — Court of Appeal holds that there is no change in the framework
Do the words ‘any other harm’ in ‘very special circumstances’ test in the second sentence of paragraph 88 of the framework mean ‘any other harm to the green belt’?
In Mandalia v Secretary of State for the Home Department UKSC 2014/0059, the Supreme Court has granted permission to appeal to the appellant.
Given the volume of planning decisions in the last six months or so, this paper is necessarily selective.
This article is designed to provide a practitioner’s guide to the principal types of enforcement mechanisms available for financial remedy orders.
Shakil Najib has joined No5 Chambers as a member of the commercial and chancery, international and public law groups.
On 8 October 2014, No5 Chambers’ Abid Mahmood spoke at a Judicial Appointments Commission event organised by CILEX, the Law Society and the Bar Council.
The approach to assessing harm in green-belt cases was the subject of a recent decision. No5 Chambers barrister Richard Kimblin appeared in the case.
This article offers an insight to how barristers, especially young barristers willing to embrace change, can help their future while continuing to work with solicitors.
Mugni Islam-Choudhury and Naomi Owen have played the parts of trial advocates in a mock tribunal hosted by Mills & Reeve in conjunction with Future Faces.
Jack Feeny explores the new law in relation to protected disclosures following the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013.
Caroline Jennings reviews Palmer v RBS, which concerns whether or not a statutory restriction on eligibility for early retirement benefits could amount to age discrimination.