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Latest News in Commercial Litigation UK

  • April 19, 2024

    Muslim Worker Voted 'Grinch' Loses Discrimination Claim

    A learning support assistant lost his discrimination claim against his employer, with the Employment Tribunal finding that the decision to give him a "Grinch" award during Christmas season was not linked to his being Muslim and did not celebrate Christmas.

  • April 19, 2024

    Sudan Granted Two-Year Grace Period In £1.5B Debt Row

    Long-standing creditors of Sudan were granted a two-year stay of their claim against the nation on Friday, with a London judge agreeing with the creditors that the country should be given time to stabilize its financial situation in the wake of political turmoil.

  • April 19, 2024

    BA Staff Get Fresh Shot At Holiday Pay Claim After Agnew

    British Airways and six of its staff have both won appeals over how their holiday pay was calculated, as a judge ruled on Friday that the years-long case must be reheard following a 2023 U.K. Supreme Court decision.

  • April 19, 2024

    Grant Settlement Proves Pull Of Offer That Can't Be Refused

    Hugh Grant's decision to settle his case against News Group to avoid the "most likely" outcome of paying millions in legal fees even if he won demonstrates the effectiveness of a common cost-saving legal mechanism despite criticism the media giant is being allowed to avoid scrutiny.

  • April 19, 2024

    Prince Harry Beats Tabloid's Bid To Push Back Privacy Trial

    Prince Harry and others suing the U.K. arm of Rupert Murdoch's media empire won their battle to avoid a preliminary trial on whether their claims were brought too late after a judge refused Friday to push the case back, ruling the main trial should go ahead as planned. 

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