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‘Non-marriages’ under English Law

Whilst statistics show that an increasing number of couples are choosing not to marry, many couples still choose to formalise their partnership, opting for a religious ceremony which reflects their upbringing and beliefs.  Making the commitment to spend the rest…

Damages awarded in broken foot injury claim

Curzon Green secured substantial damages for their client following a final ‘Stage 3’ hearing in a personal injury claim. The Claimant had suffered a fractured metatarsal following a tripping accident at a private members club. The club’s insurers admitted liability…

Win for employees’ right to privacy

In 2016, in the case of Barbulescu v Romania, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that an employer was lawful in monitoring an employee’s messenger account. The ruling reinforced the UK Government’s current policy, which says that employers can monitor emails,…

Employment Law Update: ‘Ethical Veganism’

In a somewhat surprising decision in Casamitjana v The League Against Cruel Sports, the Norwich Employment Tribunal have given a judgment at a preliminary hearing to determine that ethical veganism can amount to a philosophical belief and is thus a…