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Lauren McLaughlin of our Employment Team in London recently concluded the successful settlement of an employment dispute which involved allegations of race discrimination and victimisation, and counter allegations of misconduct. The matter involved high level regulatory matters and a major financial institution. The case settled prior to proceedings being issued in the Employment Tribunal.
Our London dispute resolution team recently successfully froze a pension and had it pay out to satisfy a foreign judgment which had been registered in England. The application was a very unusual third party debt orer application. A costs order and award for interest was also made.

Congratulations to Alissa Lang, Jasmine Doust and Edward Richings for their fourth-place finish in the Bail for Immigration Detainees Pub Quiz in London. The event raised money to help asylum seekers and migrants fight for their release on bail.

Lee Silk from our Dispute Resolution team recently settled a highly contentious construction dispute involving unique land. The dispute involved arguments about an application for payment, the validity of pay less notice and the true value of the works. Subsequent to the Court of Appeal decision in S&T (UK) Ltd v Grove Developments Ltd, employers can start an adjudication concerning the correct value of the sums due and are not deemed to have agreed the valuation because of its failure to serve a payment or pay less notice. A favourable settlement was agreed prior to proceedings being issued.


Jessica Bass from our Dispute Resolution team recently concluded the settlement of a probate dispute which involved the allegation of fraudulent calumny as a cause of action. The case settled at mediation after court proceedings has been issued by our High Wycombe office.
Congratulations to Andrew Piggin who was welcomed to the roll of solicitors on Friday. Andrew will be working as a solicitor from our High Wycombe office specialising in residential conveyancing and property law disputes.

Curzon Green is delighted to announce that we have recently been approved  to act for the Lloyds Banking Group. We can therefore act for individuals and their lender for more mortgages than ever before, including Lloyds Bank plc, TSB Bank plc, Birmingham Midshires and the Halifax. We are now on the panels of all the main lenders.


Early Conciliation is a service offered by ACAS to allow potential claimants and respondents in employment disputes to try to settle their dispute before employment tribunal proceedings are issued. A potential claimant must lodge a form (an “Early Conciliation Notification” form) with ACAS to start the process. Except in very limited circumstances, a claimant cannot commence Tribunal proceedings without doing this.
Lauren McLaughlin, a member of our Employment Team, has taken part in the testing of ACAS’s new and updated Early Conciliation Notification form, which is due to be released later in Spring 2019. The testing included considering all aspects of the new form, the procedure, any perceived issues and its overall ease of use.  The idea is to help make the Early Conciliation process easier for claimants and their representatives. The testing will soon finish, and we look forward to seeing the updated form going live.
If you are considering commencing proceedings or are in the process of Early Conciliation and would like advice and assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact our Employment Team

We welcome Jasmine Doust later this month who joins us having previously set up and assisted with the running of an immigration law centre in Samos, Greece. 

We also say goodbye to Emily Hook who leaves us after nearly 6 years with the firm.

Best wishes to all for 2019. 

Our Dispute Resolution team recently resolved a revenge porn case where a person had been threatened with having private sensitive photographs distributed to her employer and the wider public. A letter of claim threatening injunction proceedings was sent within hours of our instruction in order to safeguard our client's interests and quickly resulted in a resolution being achieved which fully protected our client's privacy.

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