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- Koudriachova v University College London (Jurisdictional Points: Claim in time and effective date of termination), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, June 29, 2015,  UKEAT 0132_14_2906
ET claims of unfair dismissal and for unlawful deductions presented one day out of time; whether the ET had erred in holding it had been reasonably practicable for the claims to have been presented in time and thus that it had no jurisdiction to determine them. Held: Dismissing the appeal. The ET had concluded that the Claimant had lodged her cl...
- Actavis UK Ltd & Ors v Eli Lilly & Company, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, June 25, 2015,  EWCA Civ 555
1. This appeal is from the judgment of Arnold J dated 15 May 2014 and his consequent order in an action by companies in the Actavis group of companies (together ``Actavis'') for declarations of non-infringement (``DNIs'') of European Patent (UK) No. 1 313 508 and the corresponding national designations in France, Italy and Spain. I will refer to E...
- Frontier Agriculture Ltd v Bratt Brothers (A Firm), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, June 25, 2015,  EWCA Civ 611
1. The Respondent to this appeal obtained an arbitration award dated 18th March 2013 against the Appellant requiring the Appellant to pay damages for breaches of two contracts in a total sum of £46,601.06 plus interest and the fees and costs of the arbitration. On 10th July 2013 Cooke J gave the Respondent permission to enforce the award as a judgm...
- Swynson Ltd v Lowick Rose LLP, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, June 25, 2015,  EWCA Civ 629
1. This appeal concerns the amount of damages recoverable by a lender from a negligent firm of accountants who failed to do a proper exercise of due diligence on the borrower to whom the money was lent. The majority of the loan was repaid by utilising money lent to the borrower by the owner of the lending company. Rose J has held that that repaym...
- Patel, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, June 24, 2015,  EWCA Civ 645
1. This is an appeal against the order of His Honour Judge Thornton Q.C. giving judgment for the respondent, Mrs. Patel, against the appellant, the Secretary of State for the Home Department, in the sum of £125,000 by way of damages (including both aggravated and exemplary damages) for false imprisonment. 2. The claim arises out of a decision by im...
- MRH Solicitors Ltd v The County Court Sitting at Manchester & Ors, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, June 23, 2015,  EWHC 1795 (Admin)
2. On 13th October 2014 at the County Court sitting in Manchester, Mr Recorder Osborne gave an ex tempore judgment at the end of a four day trial dismissing a claim for personal injury and consequential losses on the basis that the underlying motor accident was staged and the claims fraudulent. In the course of his ex tempore judgment he found tha...
- Poquiz, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, June 23, 2015,  EWHC 1759 (Admin)
1. In this claim the Claimant, a national of the Philippines, challenges the Defendant's decision of 5 September 2014 refusing to allow the Claimant discretionary leave to remain in this country in order to pursue a compensation claim against a former employer, Ms Hashmi. The Claimant's case is that the decision was unlawful. The Background 2. The ...
- Davies v Forrett & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, June 23, 2015,  EWHC 1761 (QB)
2. The claim was brought on behalf of Davies by his father. He was grievously injured in a road traffic accident on 30th August 2011 when he was a passenger being driven to work by Partington in a Citroen Saxo. Forrett was driving his Red Vauxhall Vectra ahead of the Saxo along a single carriageway ``A'' road, the A550 just after a roundabout at
- Sinclair v Joyner, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, June 23, 2015,  EWHC 1800 (QB)
1. On Sunday 3 July 2011 the Claimant, then aged 58, sustained severe injuries when, as the Defendant now concedes, a collision occurred between the Claimant's bicycle and the Defendant's Volvo XC 90, causing the Claimant to fall sideways on to the road. The accident happened just after 6 p.m. in a rural location, the Claimant cycling along Broadw...
- May v Secretary of State for Transport (Disability Discrimination: Disability), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, June 22, 2015,  UKEAT 0270_14_2206
The Claimant claimed to have been disabled by reason of suffering cognitive impairment and memory loss. The medical evidence was at best equivocal and evidence from lay witnesses was conflicting. The Employment Tribunal had given itself a proper direction as to the law, and was not satisfied that the Claimant had established that he suffered from...