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"Good news" for employers as High Court rejects second tribunal fee judicial review

The High Court has dismissed a second judicial review application by the trade union UNISON against the recent introduction of employment tribunal fees. Lord Justice Elias said that the union had not been able to provide evidence of "any actual instances"... 18 Dec 2014

Overpayment to bank set aside for loan repayments was not caught by third party debt order, Court of Appeal confirms

A clause in a contract between the Ukrainian national gas company and its bank was enough to prevent money held in a bank account on behalf of the gas company from being seized by one of its creditors using a third party debt order (TPDO), the Court of Appeal... 15 Dec 2014

High Court judge overturns "overly generous interpretation" of relief from sanctions rules

Parties to civil litigation cases have been issued with an important reminder of the need to manage their cases effectively after the High Court overturned an "overly generous interpretation" of the rules governing when relief from sanctions can be granted.... 15 Dec 2014

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