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Michael Brown successfully obtains relief from sanctions

28th July 2015

Michael successfully obtained relief from sanctions on behalf of his client in a dispute alleging defamation, discrimination and breach of contract. His client had, for the majority of proceedings, acted in person and was made subject to an Unless Order requiring him to notify ‘the court’ with his availability for trial prior to leaving for Spain. The client duly notified Salford Mo…

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Michael Brown successfully obtains relief from sanctions
 

Charlotte Davies involved in a 4 day Employment Tribunal Hearing

28th July 2015

Judgment has been reserved following a four day Employment Tribunal hearing, which included six hours of submissions, in the matter of James v Cornwall Council.   Charlotte Davies represented the Claimant, a social worker, who brings claims of disability discrimination and constructive dismissal. The Claimant was diagnosed as dyslexic and dyspraxic in March 2013 following which she asse…

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Charlotte Davies involved in a 4 day Employment Tribunal Hearing
 

Article by Rawdon Crozier published in The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer

7th July 2015

Rawdon Crozier’s article “Estoppel and elephant traps: section 2(5) of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989”, which traces the legislative history of the famous proviso to the section and argues that it is not inconsistent with the operation of estoppel, has been published in The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer; citation: Conv. 2015, 3, 240-244. Estoppel is …

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Article by Rawdon Crozier published in The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer
 

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