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March 2015

In this month's issue David Willink considers the case of Charalambous v Ng [2014] EWCA Civ 1604 and asks: Does any deposit have to be protected before a s.21 notice can be given?

Elizabeth Dwomoh considers the case of Rajendra Shrestha v Genesis Housing Association Limited [2015] EWCA Civ 94 and examines how far an employer needs to go in an investigation of an employee's defence to a misconduct claim to satisfy the reasonable investigation test.

Napier Miles reports on the case of JX MX (By her litigation friend AX MX) v Dartford and Gravesend NHS Trust, an important case on the anonymisation of approval applications involving children and protected parties.

Finally Vaughan Jacob looks at the Supreme Court decision in Jackson (Appellant) v Murray (Respondent) [2015] UKSC 5, a case which provides guidance on the principles an appeal court will consider when revisitng an apportionment decision of a lower court. 

The Round-up 2015