Monthly Archives: July 2021

Did the Equality Act 2010 make a substantive change to the burden of proof in discrimination claims? No, says Supreme Court.

Published: 27/07/2021 | News

Prior to the Equality Act 2010, anti-discrimination laws required the claimant to prove facts from which an employment tribunal could conclude in the absence of an adequate explanation, that the respondent had committed an act of discrimination. The Equality Act used a different language – leaving tribunals to determine if there were facts from which […]

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WEBINAR: Staging an Intervention – The Road Travelled Since Copley v Lawn

Published: 15/07/2021 | Webinars

Date: 14 July 2021 @ 16:30 Duration: 1 hour Presenter: Kamran Khan In this webinar, Kamran offers analysis of and practical insight into the issue of intervention in the context of credit hire litigation. As an area of law that has risen in significance since the Court of Appeal’s decision in Copley v Lawn [2009] […]

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An Update on Small Claims and Whiplash Reforms

Published: 08/07/2021 | News

In March 2021 we anticipated the incoming changes resulting from both the whiplash and small claims personal injury reforms. That article can be read here. The changes came into force on 31st May 2021 and will apply to accidents which occurred on or after that date. The Whiplash Injury Regulations 2021 have been approved in […]

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