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Employment Team Settle Disability Discrimination Claim

Jessie Mark and Lauren McLaughlin of Curzon Green’s Employment Team acted for the Claimant who brought complex claims of disability discrimination, harassment, victimisation and unfair dismissal, among others, against a national employer. Following a dismissal for ill health, failings were raised in respect of how the Claimant had been treated

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Legal 500 UK 2022

The hotly awaited Legal 500 UK 2022 rankings were announced last week. We are delighted to share that our Family and Employment teams have again both been ranked as recommended firms for 2022. Both departments have been ranked previously and we are extremely pleased to retain these accolades. Thank you

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Afghan Citizen’s Resettlement Scheme (ACRS)

Recent developments have seen the extremist group, the Taliban, seize control of Afghanistan which has left many families and citizens internally displaced and fleeing the country for safety. In August 2021, the UK Government announced the Afghan Citizen’s Resettlement Scheme (ACRS) which will provide protection in the UK to those

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Congratulations to Jasmine

Congratulations to Jasmine Doust who today qualifies as a solicitor following completion of her training contract. Jasmine will remain in the firm working in the Immigration & Human Rights team.

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Welcome to Beatrice, Georgia and Mya

This month we are very pleased to welcome Beatrice Young, Georgia Jones and Mya Tibbs to our Buckinghamshire teams. All three are very much looking forward to a long and exciting career in the law!

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Worldwide Freezing Injunction Order Obtained

Our London Dispute Resolution Team obtained a worldwide freezing injunction, proprietary injunction and preservation order last week at a without notice application made in the High Court of Justice. The proceedings are ongoing.

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Settlement reached in clinical negligence claim

Curzon Green recently agreed a substantial settlement for their client in a long-running clinical negligence matter. The case related to a serious injury suffered by the client during a surgical procedure. Further specifics of the matter cannot be disclosed due to a confidentiality agreement. Liability was strenuously denied by the

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Jennifer Sole, Partner in our Employment Team, manages national Employment Tribunals survey which reveals that the system is at breaking point

The survey, commissioned by the Employment Lawyers Association (‘ELA’) has revealed that the Employment Tribunal system is crumbling under a chronically underfunded system, and is in such a poor state that it now threatens access to justice for workers and employers. The Tribunal system is described as functioning at a

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