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30/06/2022

Judgment handed down in Mackereth v DWP

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has handed down judgment in Mackereth v DWP – upholding the Employment Tribunal’s decision that the…

23/06/2022

Ben Collins QC to speak at and chair The Legal Training Consultancy’s Personal Injury Update 2022

News, Events

Ben Collins QC will speak at and chair The Legal Consultancy’s Personal Injury Update 2022 – An online half day…

17/06/2022

Robin White gives evidence to the Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee as part of the stage one process to consider the Scottish Gender Recognition Bill

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Robin White gave evidence to the Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee on Tuesday 21st June at The Scottish…

27/05/2022

Can you judicially review the Royal College of Surgeons for an independent review they carried out?

News

Professor Paul Taggart a cardiothoracic surgeon employed by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust (OUH), sought a judicial review (JR) of…

23/05/2022

Rebecca Tuck QC to lead independent investigation into allegations of antisemitism within NUS

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The NUS (National Union of Students) have announced that Rebecca Tuck QC will lead an independent investigation into allegations of antisemitism…

13/05/2022

Coroner finds ‘neglect’ and issues ‘Preventing Future Deaths’ report in case concerning unnatural death in BUPA care home

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Turan Hursit acted on behalf of the Priolo family in a 3-day inquest before Senior Coroner, Mary Hassell, sitting at…

11/05/2022

OSC and BMA supports Chief Medical Director, in successful ‘whistleblowing’ case (from The BMA website)

News

From The BMA website Oliver Segal QC, Simon Cheetham QC, Madeline Stanley from Old Square Chambers and The BMA have…

10/05/2022

Old Square Chambers welcome Daniel Neill to Chambers

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Old Square Chambers is delighted to welcome Daniel Neill to Chambers. He joins us from Guildhall Chambers. Daniel was called…

05/05/2022

Alex Shellum successful in theatre industry worker status case supported by Equity

News

Slights & ors v Crossroads Pantomimes Limited & ors – Case Nos: 1303601/2019 & ors Background A hearing was held…

10/03/2022

International Women’s Day 2022 by Rebecca Tuck QC

News

World Jewish Relief link – donate here In March 2022 as we mark IWD, we see women and children caught…

18/02/2022

Overseas Witness Evidence in the Employment Tribunal

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The employment tribunal has no power to order the attendance of a witness who is outside of Great Britain because…

17/02/2022

Antisemitism is on the rise. Here is how to tackle it in the workplace – Rebecca Tuck QC (via the International Employment Lawyer)

News

Rebecca Tuck QC has contributed to an article published by the International Employment Lawyer entitled “Antisemitism is on the rise….