A substantive review of the landmark decision in Taylor v Jaguar Land Rover Limited and the protection it provides for those who identify as non-binary and gender fluid under the Equality Act 2010

Adam Cooke, of Stephenson Harwood, and Oscar Davies, of Lamb Chambers, outline the recent judgment of Taylor v Jaguar Land Rover on the inclusion of non-binary and gender fluid gender identities under the Equality Act 2010, the judgment’s implications, and what practical steps can be taken to ensure that workplaces are compliant.

Noisy Neighbours

Barbara Zeitler speaks with Hatti Suvari from Get Legally Speaking on the topic of 'Noisy Neighbours'

Lamb Chambers are Recruiting – Accounts and Administration Assistant

Lamb Chambers are looking for an energetic and hardworking Accounts and Administration Assistant to join our team!

Managing Expectations

Winston Jacob analyses recent developments regarding the right to manage

Right to manage: Q Studios (Stoke) RTM Co Ltd v Premier Ground Rents No. 6 Ltd [2020] UKUT 197 (LC)

Winston Jacob explains the guidance provided by the President of the Upper Tribunal in Q Studios (Stoke) RTM Co Ltd v Premier Ground Rents No. 6 Ltd [2020] UKUT 197 (LC) as to when a separate set of premises is a “flat” and when it is “occupied, or intended to be occupied, for residential purposes” and therefore subject to the right to manage provisions of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002.

Covideo Updates Ep 1 – Residential Possessions during Coronavirus

Ben Doyle, James Culverwell and Matthew Gillett, junior barristers in our Property team, discuss residential possession proceedings in light of the emergency measures put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.