Employment: Paranoid Delusions, but No Disability: Sullivan v Bury Street Capital Limited UKEAT/0317/19/BA, 9 September 2020, Choudhury J

Barbara Zeitler analyses the Employment Appeal Tribunal decision which explained that Section 6 of the Equality Act 2010 cannot be used when the appellant has an impairment that fluctuates in light of the case of Sullivan v Bury Street Capital Limited UKEAT/0317/19/BA.

Commercial: Business Interruption Insurance

Adam Swirsky explains the High Court Judgment in regards to the case of FCA v Arch Insurance (UK) Ltd and other [2020] EWHC 2448(Comm) which aims to provide clarity on the meaning and effect of non-damage business interruption insurance policy wordings being applied in claims being made during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Employment: Redundancy: Aramark (UK) Limited v Fernandes UKEATS/0028/19/SS

James Tunley discusses the recent Employment Appeal Tribunal decision which clarified the duty of an employer to redeploy employees before making an employee redundant in relation to the case of Aramark (UK) Limited v Fernandes UKEATS/0028/19/SS.

Managing Expectations

Winston Jacob analyses recent developments regarding the right to manage

Possession Claims – The New Normal?

Today, 21st September 2020, was supposed to be the big day for landlords and tenants.  The various stays that have been applied to possession proceedings since March, in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic, formally come to an end.