- LEGAL CHECKLIST. // People Management;2/10/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p19
The article reports on the legal decisions on cases related to employment in Great Britain. The court of Appeal decided in Department for Work and Pensions v Webley, that non-renewal of a fixed-term contract did not amount to less favourable treatment of the fixed-termer in question. In the case...
- Court of Appeal rejects challenge to the compensation scheme for former shareholders of Northern Rock. // Law & Financial Markets Review;Nov2009, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p565
The article reports on the rejection of the appeal regarding the compensation scheme for former shareholders of Northern Rock PLC in Great Britain. It is said that the court of appeal affirms the High Court decision regarding the rejection of the appeal because the assumptions were policy based...
- Forced retirement decision 'good for employers'. // Employers Law;Aug2010, p5
The article discusses a court case wherein the Great Britain Court of Appeal rejected the plaintiff's age discrimination claim after being forced to retire as a senior partner of a law firm at the age of 65.
- Aziz v First Division Association (FDA). Ryan, Richard; Ward, Helen; O'Neil, Tori // Employers Law;May2010, p9
The article discusses a court case, Aziz v First Division Association (FDA), wherein an appeal to consider all 76 individual acts of discrimination by the FDA spanning several years which was submitted by the plaintiff was dismissed by the Court of Appeal (CA) for the reason that the CA...
- St Andrew's Catholic Primary School v Blundell. Benson, Claire; Corbett, Helen; Jones, Sinead; Ward, Helen; O'Neil, Tori // Employers Law;Jun2011, p8
The article discusses the case St. Andrew's Catholic Primary School v. Blundell wherein the Court of Appeal dismissed the first argument of plaintiff while accepting the second argument and then remitting the case back to the same tribunal for reconsideration on awarding of as to evidence.
- Firms not obliged to work for non-paying clients, CoA rules. Dowell, Katy // Lawyer (Online Edition);5/2/2012, p2
The article informs that the Court of Appeal (CoA) of Great Britain has ruled under providing the judgement for the case "Cawdery Kaye Fireman & Taylor (CKFT) v Gary Minkin" that lawyers are not under any obligation to continue acting for clients who refuse to settle their legal bills. In the...
- Pearson Education Ltd v The Charter Partnership Ltd. // Estates Gazette;5/26/2007, Issue 721, p132
The article discusses a court case wherein the respondent brought a claim of negligence against the appellant who was the architect that had originally drawn up the designs and specifications of the warehouse he is leasing. The appellant failed to specify a rainwater drainage system designed to...
- Albert Hall ruling restores balance. // Publican's Morning Advertiser;4/28/2011, Issue 4, p19
The article discusses two court cases involving the Licensing Act in Great Britain and relates the decision of the Court of Appeal.
- Supreme Court to hear HS2 appeal. // Rail Business Intelligence;8/15/2013, Issue 444, p2
The article reports that a leave to appeal to the Supreme Court in Great Britain has been granted by one of the three judges in the British Court of Appeal who dismissed appeals brought by the High Speed Action Alliance, Heathrow Hub Ltd. and the 51M group of local authorities.