22 episodes

Barristers from the UK’s leading employment law chambers chat about a recent case.

11KBW Employment Podcast 11KBW Employment Team

    • Education
    • 4.7 • 12 Ratings

Barristers from the UK’s leading employment law chambers chat about a recent case.

    Adams v Walsall Housing: Bypassing Collecting Bargaining

    Adams v Walsall Housing: Bypassing Collecting Bargaining

    Richard Leiper KC talks to Paddy Halliday about their case, Adams v Walsall Housing Group Ltd. When will offers be unlawful because they have bypassed a collective bargaining process?Host: Paddy HallidayGuest: Richard Leiper KCwww.11kbw.com/practice-areas/employment/www.linkedin.com/company/11kbw

    • 20 min
    Wicked Vision: Whistleblowing Detriment

    Wicked Vision: Whistleblowing Detriment

    Mike Lee talks to Katherine Taunton about Wicked Vision Ltd v Rice [2024] EAT 29. When can a whistleblowing claimant claim that their dismissal was a detriment? They discuss the strategic implications of the EAT’s decision, and the potential for future debate about whether it is consistent with the Court of Appeal’s judgment in Osipov v Timis.Host: Katherine TauntonGuest: Mike Leewww.11kbw.com/practice-areas/employment/www.linkedin.com/company/11kbw

    • 17 min
    Employment Litigation in the Middle East

    Employment Litigation in the Middle East

    Amy Rogers KC talks to Tom Ogg about litigating in the Middle East. What principles and procedure apply to employment litigation in the Middle East?Host: Tom OggGuest: Amy Rogers KCwww.11kbw.com/practice-areas/employment/www.linkedin.com/company/11kbw

    • 20 min
    Omar v Epping: Heat of the Moment

    Omar v Epping: Heat of the Moment

    Andrew Smith talks to Aileen McColgan KC about Omar v Epping Forest [2024] ICR 301. When will words used in the heat of the moment lead to an effective dismissal or resignation? This new judgment provides helpful guidance.Host: Aileen McColgan KCGuest: Andrew Smithwww.11kbw.com/practice-areas/employment/www.linkedin.com/company/11kbw

    • 31 min
    The Silks Episode

    The Silks Episode

    Our three new employment silks - Amy Rogers KC, Judy Stone KC and Simon Forshaw KC - speak to Ruth Kennedy about a case from their final year as junior barristers. They discuss team moves, post-employment restrictions, how solicitors can recover fees, and what they originally wanted to be when they grew up.Host: Ruth Kennedy, Guests: Amy Rogers KC, Judy Stone KC and Simon Forshaw KCwww.11kbw.com/practice-areas/employment/www.linkedin.com/company/11kbw

    • 20 min
    Miller: Direct Discrimination and Anti-Zionism

    Miller: Direct Discrimination and Anti-Zionism

    Andrew Edge talks to Hannah Slarks about Miller v University of Bristol 1400780/2022, an important first instance decision on protected belief discrimination. To what extent is anti-Zionism a protected belief? Andrew and Hannah examine how Higgs and Forstater play out in practice. Does the law now mean that an employer can be guilty of direct discrimination when motivated by an employee’s objectionable manifestation of their belief – rather than the belief itself?Host: Hanna...

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Top Podcasts In Education

The Jefferson Fisher Podcast
Civility Media
The Mel Robbins Podcast
Mel Robbins
TED Talks Daily
TED
The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson
anything goes with emma chamberlain
emma chamberlain
Coffee Break French
Coffee Break Languages

You Might Also Like

The New Statesman podcast | politics, ideas and interviews
The New Statesman
The News Agents
Global
Newscast
BBC News
The Rest Is Politics
Goalhanger Podcasts
Rock & Roll Politics with Steve Richards
Steve Richards
The Rest Is Entertainment
Goalhanger Podcasts