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- Firoozmand v London Borough of Lambeth, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, September 03, 2015,  EWCA Civ 952
1. This is an appeal by Mr Javid Firoozmand against the dismissal by HH Judge Mitchell of his appeal under s.204 of the Housing Act 1996 (``HA 1996'') from the decision by a reviewing officer of the London Borough of Lambeth (``the Council'') that the accommodation provided for him at Studio 52, 40 Kenbury Street, London, SE5 (``Studio 52'') is sui...
- Soh v Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine (Victimisation Discrimination: Protected disclosure), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, September 03, 2015,  UKEAT 0350_14_0309
On the question whether there were protected disclosures, the Employment Tribunal did not precisely apply the statutory test laid down in section 43A of the Employment Rights Act 1996. Darnton v University of Surrey  IRLR 133 and Babula v Waltham Forest College  ICR 1026 applied. On the question whether the Claimant acted in good fa...
- BT Managed Services Ltd v Edwards & Anor (Transfer of Undertakings: Service Provision Change), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, September 02, 2015,  UKEAT 0241_14_0209
1. Mr Edwards was employed by BT Managed Services Limited (``BTMS'') as a Field Operations Engineer. From April 1994 he was originally employed by Orange but his employment transferred by TUPE to BTMS from July 2009. 2. He was a member of a team dedicated to a domestic network outsource (``DNO'') contract providing operational maintenance for mob...
- Louis Dreyfus Commodities Suisse SA v MT Maritime Management BV, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, September 01, 2015,  EWHC 2505 (Comm)
2. In 1858, when the Court of Exchequer decided the case of Smith v M'Guire (1858) 3 H & N 554, it held that the starting point in ascertaining the shipowner's loss was ``the amount of freight which the ship would have earned if the charter-party had been performed'' and that from this amount there should be deducted ``the expenses which would have...
- Gopee & Ors v London Mercantile Court, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, August 28, 2015,  EWCA Civ 944
1. By an appellant's notice dated 1 August 2013 reference A3/2013/2226 the appellant Dharam Prakash Gopee (``Mr Gopee'' or ``the appellant'') sought permission to appeal against an order of HHJ Mackie QC sitting in the Mercantile Court dated 19 July 2013 (``the 19 July 2013 Order'') made in the above action folio number 967 whereby he ordered: i) t...
- Nortel Networks UK Ltd, Re, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, August 27, 2015,  EWHC 2506 (Ch)
1. Nortel Networks UK Limited (``NNUK'') and the other Nortel companies listed above (together ``the EMEA Companies'') are incorporated in a variety of countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The EMEA Companies formed part of the worldwide Nortel Group which operated a networking solutions and telecommunications business across multiple
- Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber), August 26, 2015,  UKUT 471 (AAC)
The decision of the First-tier Tribunal (General Regulatory Chamber) (Information Rights) dated 29 November 2013, under file reference EA/2012/0039, in relation to Mr Colenso-Dunne's appeal against Decision Notice FS50422884 issued by the Information Commissioner on 12 January 2012, does not involve any error on a point of law. The First-tier Tribu...
- ZTR, R v, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, August 25, 2015,  EWCA Crim 1427
1. Several years ago the applicant was convicted of murder and a number of other serious offences. He was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder with a significant minimum term. He was given determinate sentences in respect of the other serious offences. 2. A number of years later, after the coming into force of s.73-75 of the Serious Orga...
- Lin & Anor v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, August 25, 2015,  EWHC 2484 (QB)
1. This case concerns the application by two defendants facing capital charges in criminal proceedings in Thailand for disclosure to them of personal data held by the Defendant, the Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis (``MPS''). The data is contained in a confidential report (``the Report'') prepared by the MPS into a murder inquiry conducte...
- London Borough of Tower Hamlets v B, Court of Appeal - Family Division, August 21, 2015,  EWHC 2491 (Fam)
1 In this hearing, during the course of the past few days I have been concerned, primarily, with B, who is a young woman of sixteen years of age. I have also been concerned with her brothers. I do not propose to say very much or give any great detail about them, in order to minimise any risk that they, B, or this family, might be identified. B i...