Tagged: case law

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Deaf Relay Interpreters in care proceedings

Further to this post, ThirtyNine Essex Street has published more detail about Re C (A child), a 2014 case that was mentioned in our previous post. In this case, a deaf couple; the father...

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Claimants can claim ET fees from respondents if successful

In Vladimir Portnykh v Nomura International plc UKEAT/0448/13/LA, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) issued a conditional costs order requiring Nomura International PLC to reimburse former employee, Vladimir Portnykh the £1,600 EAT fee he paid...

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When is an agreement not an agreement?

The case of Fordell Estates Limited v Deloitte LLP [2014] CSOH 55 considered whether the contents of email communications between chartered surveyors, as agents, could create a legally enforceable agreement between the parties. Despite...

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Kemeh v Ministry of Defence [2014] EWCA Civ 91

This case at the Court of Appeal considered whether the £12,000 awarded for injury to feelings by the Employment Tribunal was excessive in light of the Vento guidelines. The Employment Appeal Tribunal said it...