Commercial: COMPROMISE: settlement agreement regulated by the Consumer Credit Act 1974

Winston Jacob explains how settlements can be regulated under the Consumer Credit Act 1974 in light of the latest Court of Appeal judgment for the case of CFL Finance v Laser Trust [2021] EWCA Civ 228.

Personal Injury & Part 36: Seabrook v Adam [2021] EWCA Civ 382

Dominic Bright discusses if causation can be contested when liability is admitted in relation to the case of Seabrook v Adam [2021] EWCA Civ 382.

Employment: Claimant’s English nationalism found not to be a political belief worthy of protection under the Equality Act 2010

Oscar Davies analyses the recent Employment Tribunal judgment which stated that nationalism is not a protected political belief in the case of Thomas v Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Ors (ET 2304056/2018).

Setting Aside Default Judgement: How Prompt do you need to be?

Adam Swirsky explores how prompt you need to be when applying to set aside a default judgment in the recent case of Points of View v Erre DB Group SA [2021] 2 WLUK 70.

Podcast – Employment And The Coronavirus Jab

James Tunley discusses Employment and the Coronavirus Jab with Hatti Suvari from Get Legally Speaking.

Lamb Chambers are looking to recruit a Third Sixth Pupil

The successful candidate will join our busy team of junior barristers and gain experience in Chambers’ main practice areas (personal injury, property and commercial law). Experience of or a commitment to developing a career in any one of our core practice areas will be an advantage.