The Round-up

May 2018

Hello and Welcome to the May edition of the Round-Up!

David explains how the Supreme Court re-casting the law on negotiating damages has affected the way damages are being measure regarding the case of Morris-Garner –v- One Step (Support) Ltd [2018] UKSC 20

Graeme explores the variations of notices being deemed as effective in the employment cases of: Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust –v- Haywood, Sandles –v- Adecco UK LTD [2016] IRLR 941, and Gisda CYF –v- Barratt [2010] UKSC 41.

Hannah discusses what happens when a petition debt does not meet the conditions for bankruptcy by the point of the hearing in light of the case of Loson –v- Stack & Anr [2018] EWCA Civ 803.

Elizabeth analyses the ‘right to be forgotten’ in the recent case of NT1 & NT2 –v- Google [2018] EWHC 799 (QB)

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