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Russell Holland looks at the recent concerns raised by the TUC in relation to the Agency Worker Regulations.
Mark Anderson QC has been authorised to sit as a deputy High Court judge, chancery division.
Louise Corfield looks at what happens when decisions to terminate an employee overlap with a mutual separation.
Charles Crow considers how claimants can move their cases between the tribunal and the court without getting caught by the doctrine of estoppel.
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.
Fatim Kurji considers the meaning of ‘same employment’ within the equal-pay legislation.
Caroline Jennings explores the use of CCTV as evidence in the employment tribunal.
Helen Barney looks at the recent case of Woodhouse v West North West Homes Ltd 2013 UKEAT 0007_12_0506.
Adrian Keeling has helped drop two charges of computer misuse against a detective sergeant after the Crown decided not to proceed with the charges.
Nine members of the No5 team have completed an abseil down the Wesleyan Building in Birmingham for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.
The Anthony Barker QC Memorial Shield, a six-a-side floodlit cricket tournament organised by No5 Chambers, has raised £3,253.67 for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
A team from No5 Chambers has completed the Bristol Legal Walk — a 10km walk around Bristol that started at the Civil Law Courts and ended at Silver Street.
No5 Chambers has announced that Mark Anderson QC and Nageena Khalique have been shortlisted for The Chambers 100 UK Bar.
Dr Simon Fox, a member of No5 Chambers’ clinical negligence and personal injury groups, has been shortlisted for barrister of the year at the Bristol Law Society’s 2013 Awards.
No5 Chambers barrister Tim Sheppard has been interviewed by Mark Cummings on his BBC Radio Gloucestershire Breakfast Show.
Victoria Hutton and Hashi Mohamed from No5 have presented at the Law Society’s Junior Lawyers International Weekend.
No5’s Hashi Mohamed has defended South Kesteven District Council’s enforcement notice and planning decision.
The secretary of state has allowed two appeals against Cherwell District Council, handing victory to Jeremy Cahill QC and barrister Peter Goatley, both of No5 Chambers.
Nabila Mallick has been nominated by chambers at the suggestion of the bar bono unit for bar pro bono lawyer of the year.
Adam Farrer from No5 has acted for the Ministry of Defence (MoD) at the second inquest into the death of private Jason Smith.