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Health and safety employment claims in the time of Coronavirus: Isabel Baylis explores the new line of cases

9th June, 2021

Isabel Baylis provides key insights into the new realm of health and safety cases in the employment context.

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9SJS Insurance Fraud team delivers a Virtual Mock Trial to DAC Beachcrofts Birmingham Office, in relation to fraudulent EL/PL claims

8th June, 2021

9 St John Street's Insurance Fraud team have today delivered a Virtual Mock Trial to DAC Beachcrofts Birmingham Office, in relation to fraudulent EL/PL claims.

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Malka Afzal to start her 2nd six months pupillage on 7th June 2021

7th June, 2021

9 St John Street Chambers are delighted to announce Malka Afzal is to start her 2nd six months pupillage on 7th June 2021

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Appointment of a Salaried Employment Judge of the Employment Tribunals (England and Wales): Wedderspoon

1st June, 2021

Chambers are delighted to announce Rachel Wedderspoon has been appointed to Salaried Employment Judge and will be taking up her full time appointment on 7 June 2021.

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Inspiring Advocacy – Jaime Hamilton's 30 tips in 30 days

17th May, 2021

Through the lockdowns of recent times I tried to provide some remote career based materials for aspiring barristers or newcomers to the profession. In late March I had a thought to publish an advocacy tip per day for the month of April.

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Employment Team Recruitment

17th May, 2021

The Employment Group at 9 St John Street has an “outstanding calibre of counsel”, with members consistently achieving the highest rankings in Chambers and Partners and Legal 500.

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9SJS Access Award: Winners Announced

13th May, 2021

We are delighted to announce we have chosen two recipients of the 9SJS Access Award.

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Paul Gilroy QC successful in resisting Derby County’s Football League appeal against former captain, Richard Keogh

11th May, 2021

The League Appeals Committee of the EFL has heard and dismissed an appeal under the Regulations of the EFL by Derby County against the decision of the Player Related Dispute Commission in the case of Richard Keogh.

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Paul Gilroy QC leads USDAW’s High Court challenge to plan to remove Retained Pay from Tesco staff

6th May, 2021

The High Court is considering a claim by USDAW and several “lead” claimants against Tesco in relation to the proposed removal of the contractual benefit of “Retained Pay".

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Isabel Baylis to start her 2nd six months pupillage on 19th April 2021

19th April, 2021

9 St John Street Chambers are delighted to announce Isabel Baylis is starting her 2nd six months pupillage on 19th April 2021.

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