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Rees and Others v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis

The case assessed quantum in a malicious prosecution claim. It revisited the guidelines given previously and gave practical guidance upon their…

John Riddell
John Riddell Partner

Junior doctors’ rest breaks should be monitored using actual recorded data

Junior doctors' breaks must be tracked with actual recorded data, not expected or substitute data

Ian Pace
Ian Pace Principal Associate


Public sector pensions – two key developments

This month has seen two key developments that are likely to have a wide-reaching ongoing impact on public sector pensions.

Jane Marshall
Jane Marshall Partner


Why ambulance services can’t afford to be last on the scene when it comes to collaboration

Nathan East of national law firm Weightmans explains why the ambulance service should embrace collaboration.

Nathan East
Nathan East Partner


Brexit in a page - what you need to know.

Brexit expert Jacqui Bickerton summarises all you need to know about the discussions in Parliament this week.

Jacqui Bickerton
Jacqui Bickerton Principal Associate


Positive action: First Employment Tribunal case highlights stumbling blocks

An Employment Tribunal has unanimously found that a police force’s recruitment process directly discriminated against a white, heterosexual, male.

Ben Daniel
Ben Daniel Partner


Yaxley-Lennon v Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire Constabulary (unreported)

The claimant brought claims against the defendant for discrimination, harassment and breach of Articles 8,9 and 10 ECHR.

Joanna Carty Associate


Sticking to the script

A covert human intelligence source was placed in a witness protection scheme.

John Riddell
John Riddell Partner

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