We have some more great news for our Head of Chambers! Charlotte Boaitey has been nominated for the Women in Law Awards 2020! This is a brilliant achievement for our Head of Chambers and we just wanted to extend our congratulations to her for her momentous achievements! We wish her all the best and hope […]
https://www.lmh.ox.ac.uk/events/2-out-12-100-marking-100-years-women-law It is with great pleasure to announce that our Head of Chambers, Charlotte Boaitey, has been selected to be on the panel of alumni for the discussion – “2 out of 12 at 100”. The event will take place on Thursday 13th February at Lady Margaret Hall in Oxford, and the panel will discuss how far […]
The EAT (Mrs Justice Eady presiding) has issued a landmark decision on the proper construction of a ‘stable working relationship’ in the context of an equal pay case involving several internal promotions. Daniel Matovu of 12 Old Square Chambers has represented the successful claimant throughout, before the employment tribunal below and the EAT (appearing alone […]
https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/uksc-2018-0006.html – Supreme Court allows appeal from COA – Darryl Balroop acted for Shah
International In-House Counsel Journal, January edition 2020 – “Staying the Court Enforcement of a UK Construction Adjudication on the Grounds of Fraud, Where There are a CompanyVoluntary Arrangements or Wheree There is Insolvency
Pathan -v- SSHD https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/uksc-2018-0194.html Is notice to an applicant of revocation of a sponsor’s licence in respect of his or her Tier 2 (General) Migrant application required as a matter of procedural fairness?https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/uksc-2018-0194.html
https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/uksc-2018-0021.html The Supreme Court’s judgment in Shah and Patel (Zambrano/Chavez-Vilchez principle in immigration cases involving British children or parents, and their primary careers) will be handed down on Monday, 16 December.
Family reunion appeal allowed on the spot before Judge O’Hagan in Birmingham on pure Article 8 ECHR despite conceding the appellant does not meet the requirements of 352A-352FA. Previous adverse Devaseelan findings overturned and AT (Article 8 ECHR – Family Reunification) Eritrea  UKUT 227 distinguished. I appeared for the appellant with andy akhuetie, LLM […]