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Alternative Dispute Resolution – will it become the norm?

In 2016 the Civil Justice Council (“CJC”) set up a group to look at ADR in the civil justice system. It produced its final report in November 2018.

Lindsay Staddon
Lindsay Staddon Partner
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Weightmans picks up the Pace with new healthcare hire

National law firm Weightmans has appointed employment law specialist Ian Pace as Associate in the Healthcare team.

Ian Pace Associate

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Retail Review: Be prepared for equal pay claims

It is estimated that as many as nearly 600,000 supermarket workers could be entitled to bring equal pay claims. Solicitor Philip Loftus offers advice…


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Holiday Pay: Important new case on ‘carry over’ and pay in lieu of annual leave

The European Court of Justice reminds us that the subject of holiday pay is far from dead and buried.

Stuart Jones
Stuart Jones Partner

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