Third party harassment: Sarah Bowen reviews Bessong v Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust UKEAT/0247/18/JOJView Publication
Legal advice privilege: Katherine Anderson analyses Curless v Shell International Ltd  EWCA Civ 1710View Publication
Covert recording in a PI claim: ramifications for Employment Tribunals? Grace Nicholls analyses Mustard v Flowers & Ors  EWHC 2623 (QB)View Publication
Is a belief in the moral importance of copyright a 'philosophical belief'? Naomi Webber analyses Gray v Mulberry  EWCA Civ 1720View Publication
Contractual redundancy pay and the statutory cap: Sarah Bowen reviews Ugradar v Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust UKEAT/0301/18View Publication
Lies in good faith and the burden of proof in discrimination claims: Sarah Bowen analyses Base Childrenswear Limited v Otshudi  EWCA Civ 1648View Publication
Neil Fawcett analyses the Commercial Court’s recent decision in New Balance Athletics, Inc v Liverpool Football Club and Athletic Grounds Ltd  EWHC 2837 (Comm), as part of LexisPSL’s Case Analysis Expert Panels. The case analyses the interpretation of an implied term of good faith, as well principles of construction in relation to contracts of good faith.
Neil is a Commercial Law barrister specialising in Commercial Contracts and Business Financing.
This article was first published by Lexis®PSL on 29 October 2019.View Publication
Supreme Court: A Judge, even though not a worker, can rely on whistleblowing protection in a boost for the application of EU rights to domestic lawView Publication
Max Schofield analyses, for LexisPSL, the practical implications of the Admin Court’s decision in R (on the application of Actegy Ltd) v Advertising Standards Authority Ltd  EWHC 2374 (Admin). This article was first published by Lexis®PSL on 12/09/2019.View Publication
Access to accounting information under Share Purchase Agreements. Seb Oram analyses, for LexisPSL, the recent decision in Zedra Trust Company (Jersey) Ltd v. The Hut Group Ltd  EWHC 2191 (Comm), in which the Commercial Court considered what rights one party to a Share Purchase Agreement has against the other, to access information about the company after completion of the sale. This article was first published by Lexis®PSL on 28 August 2019.View Publication
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