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News & Events: Ezra Macdonald

Events
11th Nov 2021, 13:30 to 17:00

Annual Property Law Seminar Winchester

Pump Court Chambers Property Team are pleased to invite you to our Annual Property Law Update, providing a valuable and in-depth seminar for all practitioners. Our barristers will review notable recent decisions and provide practical analysis and advice designed to give an up to date overview of all key issues and law, practice and procedure. […]

News 6th October 2021
Ezra MacDonald

Ezra Macdonald appointed fee-paid judge of the Employment Tribunals

We are thrilled to announce Ezra Macdonald has been appointed a fee-paid judge of the Employment Tribunals (England and Wales) and will be deployed to Wales. Called to the Bar in 2012, Ezra maintains a broad employment practice, at both first instance and appellate levels, and has a particular interest in the interaction between employment law and his […]

Webinar Archive 20th May 2021

How to Claim Constructive Dismissal Webinar

In ‘How to claim constructive dismissal‘ Ezra Macdonald reviews notable recent decisions and provide practical analysis and advice designed to give an up to date overview of all key issues and update delegates on law, practice and procedure.     To download a copy of the slides which accompany the webinar please click here. Topics include: Constructive […]

Past Events
20th May 2021, 12:30 to 13:15
Ezra MacDonald

How to claim constructive dismissal

Pump Court Chambers Employment law team are pleased to announce their annual round of webinars, providing a valuable and in-depth update seminar for all practitioners at intensive lunch time sessions. In ‘How to claim constructive dismissal‘ Ezra Macdonald will review notable recent decisions and provide practical analysis and advice designed to give an up to date overview of […]

Blog 29th April 2020
Ezra MacDonald

Remote hearings and witness evidence

Remote hearings come with particular difficulties. One obvious difficulty is that the parties cannot see each other as well as they might in the courtroom. But how much of a problem is this? If the demeanour of witnesses (or indeed parties) is relevant to an issue to be decided by the Court, then restrictions on […]

Blog 24th March 2020

Employment Team – COVID-19 Coronavirus Update

These are unprecedented times and Chambers is seeing a significant increase in questions being raised by workers, employees, and employers alike. This post is intended to provide some outline guidance for the position as we see it, with links to useful information. It is not a substitute for formal legal advice – and if you […]

Past Events
15th Oct 2019, 13:30 to 16:30

Employment Law Seminar – Reading

Pump Court Chambers Employment team is pleased to announce our annual Reading Employment Law Seminar providing a valuable and in-depth update for all practitioners. Venue Crowne Plaza, Caversham Bridge, Richfield Avenue, Reading, RG1 8BD Topics Time limits – how to prepare cases whatever the situation Remedies in the ET a look at injury to feelings, Polkeyand […]

Past Events
7th Nov 2019, 13:30 to 16:30

Poole Employment Law Seminar

Pump Court Chambers Employment team is pleased to announce our annual Poole Employment Law Seminar  providing a valuable and in-depth update for all practitioners. Venue Harbour Heights Hotel, Haven Road, Sandbanks, Poole, Dorset, BH13 7LW Topics Time limits – how to prepare cases whatever the situation Remedies in the ET a look at injury to […]

Blog 15th August 2018

Can the Employment Tribunal limit the number of discrimination claims at one hearing

“Only with great caution”, said the Employment Appeal Tribunal in Tarn v Hughes (& Ors) UKEAT/0064/18/DM – and the EAT then went on to give some helpful guidance on case management of discrimination claims. In Tarn , the claimant GP had brought a large number of complaints of discrimination against her (former) partner GPs. At […]

News 29th March 2018

New rules for termination payments made on, or after, 6 April 2018

HMRC is changing the way that termination payments are taxed. Previously (subject to some caveats) one would expect the first £30K to be tax-free, and pay-in-lieu-of-notice (“PILON”) payments to be subject to tax only where there is a contractual entitlement to them. From 6 April 2018, some termination payments – or at least, some parts […]

Blog 16th March 2018

Reilly v Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council [2018] UKSC 16

The case of Reilly v Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council [2018] UKSC 16 is – understandably – drawing a large amount of commentary, primarily because of the treatment of the familiar test in British Home Stores Ltd v Burchell [1980 ICR 303. This blogpost will focus on the Burchell issue. Reilly v Sandwell The Appellant, Ms […]

Blog 12th February 2018
Ezra MacDonald

Wilsons Solicitors LLP & Ors v Roberts [2018] EWCA Civ 52

Did the EAT err in law in finding that a member of an LLP who acts “reasonably” in withdrawing his labour will not, as a matter of law, act wrongfully or in repudiatory breach of the LLP members’ agreement, and accordingly may be awarded losses flowing from a subsequent expulsion pursuant to the terms of […]

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