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- G4S Cash Solutions (UK) Ltd v Powell (Contract of Employment: Implied Term/Variation/Construction of Term), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, August 26, 2016,  UKEAT 0243_15_2608
After the Claimant became disabled through a back injury the Respondent gave him work in a new role (``key runner'') at his existing rate of pay and led him to believe that the role was long-term. The following year, however, it said that it was only prepared to employ him in this role at a reduced rate of pay; and when the Claimant refused to acc...
- Jeffery v The British Council (Jurisdictional Points : Working outside the jurisdiction), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, August 25, 2016,  UKEAT 0036_16_2508
The Claimant was a UK appointed employee of the British Council, the Respondent, working abroad; he was ``truly expatriate'' and he was not a civil servant. He was, however, employed under a contract of employment which expressly incorporated English law, entitled him to a Civil Service Pension (by virtue of specific statutory provision) and made
- A (Child), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, August 24, 2016,  EWCA Civ 820
1. This appeal is against a care order made by Mr Recorder Bedingfield on 31 March 2016 in relation to E. E is two and a half years old, having been born at the beginning of January 2014. The appellant is her mother. Her father has not participated in the appeal proceedings. At the conclusion of the appeal hearing, in order that progress could be m...
- Gathurah (aka Ramadhan Mohamed) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 19, 2016,  EWHC 2090 (Admin)
1. The Claimant seeks judicial review of decisions made by the Defendant as to his detention and immigration status and of his removal on 14th November 2014. In granting permission on the renewal hearing on 19th May 2015 John Howell QC sitting as a deputy judge of the High Court limited permission to judicial review of the following: a. The decisi...
- Green, R (on the application of) v The Independent Police Complaints Commission & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 19, 2016,  EWHC 2078 (Admin)
1. The Claimant seeks judicial review of the Defendant's conclusion that there was no case for the second-named Interested Party (IP2) to answer on the complaint of misconduct by the Claimant. Permission was granted by Cranston J on 9th March 2016. 2. Ms Fiona Murphy, who appears for the Claimant, submits that the conclusion was flawed in that it
- Poole & Anor v Everall & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, August 19, 2016,  EWHC 2126 (Ch)
1. This case concerns a will executed by David John George Poole (whom I will refer to as "David", as he has been throughout the case) on 26 December 2012 ("the December will"). David died on 19 March 2013, aged 46. The will was prepared by the first defendant Mr. Mark Everall, who had been David's carer or "supporting landlord" since 1994 under a
- Khouj v Acropolis Capital Partners Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, August 19, 2016,  EWHC 2120 (Comm)
1. Mr Abdulrahman Mansouri (``Mr Mansouri'') was formerly Assistant Foreign Minister for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He died on 5 June 2010. He has a number of surviving relatives. The Claimant (``Mr Khouj'') is the Administrator of his estate. In his life Mr Mansouri appears to have been a wealthy man. It is not clear what has become of that weal...
- Bosworth & Anor v Arcadia Petroleum Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, August 19, 2016,  EWCA Civ 818
2. The principal issue goes to the proper application of Arts. 18 to 20 of the Lugano Convention (``the Convention''), together with Arts. 5.1 and 5.3 thereof, in circumstances where, on the facts available to us, the Appellants, though employees, exercised control over by whom, where and on what terms they were employed. There is no material dif...
- Herbert, Re review of tariff, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 18, 2016,  EWHC 2008 (Admin)
1. In R (Smith) the Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKHL 51, the House of Lords held that the tariff for a person sentenced to be detained during Her Majesty's Pleasure is reviewable and may be reduced on a number of specific grounds, in particular where there is clear evidence that the prisoner has made exceptional and unforeseen...
- Nanthakumar, Re review of tariff, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 18, 2016,  EWHC 2007 (Ch)
2. He was born on 30th September 1989. The murder occurred on 15th June 2007, when he was not yet, but almost 18. He was 18 when sentenced on 7th July 2008, following his conviction by a jury, to be detained during Her Majesty's Pleasure to a minimum term of 14 years less 385 days in respect of time served on remand. The Circumstances of the Off...