Seminar Paper – Update on Sex Discrimination (November 2005, Kate Grange)

Monthly Archives: November 2005

Seminar Paper – Update on Sex Discrimination (November 2005, Kate Grange)


This paper was originally presented at a seminar in Chambers in November 2005. There have been a number of recent changes in the field of sex discrimination, not least as… Read more »

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Seminar Paper – Sex Discrimination: Awards for injuries to feelings (November 2005, William Norris QC)


This paper was originally presented at a seminar in Chambers in November 2005. The paper looks at the levels of award for injury to feelings where the Claimant has succeeded… Read more »

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Insolvent Defendants (September 2005, Simon Edwards)


This article was originally published in Kemp News on 9th September 2005. “Every so often, a claimant is faced with a defendant, corporate or personal, that is insolvent.  Insolvency, now, takes many… Read more »

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Focus on Article 5 ECHR (Parishil Patel, September 2005)


This article was originally published in JR Magazine in September 2005. “Article 5 of the ECHR protects the liberty and security of the person.  The underlying aim of Article 5… Read more »

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Essential Evidence for Local Authorities (September 2005, Christiaan Zwart)


This paper was originally presented at the LGG Planning Inquiries conference in September 2005. The paper examines: Officer/Member Conflicts Pre-inquiry considerations The Statement of Common Ground Human Rights and Reasons… Read more »

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Backdating Conditional Fee Agreements (February 2005, Benjamin Williams)


“It is commonplace for solicitors to enter CFAs and CCFAs which are stated to cover work carried out before the agreements were made.  Under the terms of the CFA, a… Read more »

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Conditional Fee Agreements – Campbell v MGN (November 2005, Jeremy Morgan QC)


This article was originally published in the Law Society Gazette in November 2005. “Costs issues rarely come before the House of Lords, especially when they relate to conditional fee agreements… Read more »

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