Monthly Archives: March 2015

Matthew Hodson succeeds in establishing pregnancy discrimination in remitted ET hearing

Published: 05/03/2015 | News

Matthew Hodson represented the Claimant in this remitted claim for pregnancy discrimination in the case of Martinez v (1) Indigo Design & Build Ltd (2) Mr Tank (2015). The EAT ((2014) UKEAT/0020/14/DM; 2014 WL 4423177; LTL 11/9/14) had found that the ET had erred in its analysis of direct discrimination, in particular by applying an […]

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Nigel Spencer Ley succeeds in a major Fatal Accident Act claim against the NHS Ambulance Trust

Published: 04/03/2015 | News

Hayes v South East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust [2015] EWHC 0018 Nigel Spencer Ley was successful in a major Fatal Accident Act claim against the NHS Ambulance Trust. Mr Hayes, a barrister’s clerk and father of three sons, had a long history of severe asthma attacks. In December 2008 when he began to suffer […]

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Personal Injury Update: March 2015

Published: 01/03/2015 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Personal Injury Update: March 2015 Contents News Consent To Medical Treatment Case Law Update News By Nigel Spencer Ley. I begin with some sad news. Richard Nussey, who retired from practice last year, and who will be known to many of you, passed away this month, after a long illness. He will be sadly missed […]

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