Barbara Zeitler analyses the meaning of ‘provision, criterion or practice’ for employers when making reasonable adjustments in respect of a disabled person in regards to the case of Ishola v Transport for London (TfL)  EWCA Civ 112.
Dominic Bright discusses whether a typographical error invalidates a possession order or if the test of the reasonable recipient provide protection against invalidation in relation to the case of Pease v Carter & Anor  EWCA Civ 175.
Adam Swirsky explains how the law of nuisance cannot be used to protect privacy rights in light of the recent case of Fearn & others v Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery  EWCA Civ 104.
Napier Miles explores the recent High Court case of Hussain v EUI Ltd  EWHC 2647 (QB) provides some guidance for hire/credit hire when a personal vehicle is also used for business.
Joanna Kerr explains how the judgment in the case of Lee Walsh v CP Hart & Sons Ltd  EWHC 37 (QB) serves as a reminder of the requirements for the test of reasonable practicability in accidents at work.
Graeme Kirk discusses the recent case of Samira Ahmed v BBC where Ms. Ahmed was underpaid despite working on a program that has similar content to a male colleague.