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Administration and Public Law Litigation Solicitor

Administration and Public Law Litigation Solicitor

  • About the team: The highly regarded Dispute Resolution team is ranked as Tier 1 in Chambers 2018 and Legal 500 2017 specialising in the resolution of complex disputes.
  • About the role: The position will involve work under supervision on a broad range of matters and running files involving but not limited to the above legal areas.
  • Looking for: Experience of High Court Litigation and commercial litigation is necessary for this role.
  • Opportunities: For the right candidate, we are offering the opportunity to be involved in high-profile, excellent client work and to develop long-term relationships with clients.
  • And more: Apply today via Route1 to secure this exciting opportunity.

Birketts LLP

A top 100 UK law firm based across four offices in East Anglia, providing expert legal advice to businesses and individuals.

https://www.birketts.co.uk/

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In the case of R (Open Rights Group & the 3 million) v Secretary of State for the Home Department 2019 EWHC 2562 (Admin) an attempt was made to

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - Document reduction pilot

From 16 September 2019 the Home Office has initiated a document reduction pilot scheme for Appendix FM spouse and partner applications. The scheme

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - Conclusions in investigation reports

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has considered whether an employee was unfairly dismissed following amendments made to a draft investigation

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - What is a protected religion or belief?

Two recent Employment Tribunal decisions have considered the extent of the protection from religion or belief discrimination under the provisions of

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - False representations: dishonesty and deception

In the recent case of Balajigari v Secretary of State for the Home Department 2019 EWCA Civ 673 the Court of Appeal ruled that the Home Office

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The Environment Bill

The Government's much touted Environment Bill was formally announced as part of the most recent Queen's Speech, with the daft Bill being made

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - Quick fire October 2019

New guidance on agency workers, guidance on confidentiality agreements and Employment Tribunal statistics are covered in October's Quick fire

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - Errors making more work for Tier 4 sponsors

SeptemberOctober is a very busy period for Tier 4 sponsors. To compound this, compliance teams at Tier 4 sponsors have an additional complication

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Deliver - Customs penalties

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Deliver - IR35 - are you prepared for the changes to the off-payroll working rules?

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Deliver - Stopping strikes

Bridge strikes are a “serious problem for the industry”, according to Senior Traffic Commissioner Richard Turfitt. According to Network Rail, five

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Septic tanks - digesting the new rules

If you own or are buying (or selling) a property with a septic tank you need to be aware of the 1 January 2020 deadline and what it means for you

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - No deal Brexit

After all of the confusion last month surrounding the end of free movement, the Government released a policy paper on 5 September 2019 confirming

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - Designing our new immigration system

Notwithstanding the White Paper published under Theresa May’s government, Boris Johnson has said he wishes to look again at ideas for a post January

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - EU Settlement Scheme applications exceed 1.5m

In the event of a no-deal Brexit, EU nationals already in the UK before Brexit day will have until 31 December 2020 to apply under the EU Settlement

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - Quick fire September 2019

Public guidance on non-disclosure agreements and new guidance on off-payroll working are covered in this month's Quick fire

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - Post Study Work - new visa route announced

The Government has announced plans for a new immigration route to enable international students to work in the UK for two years after graduation

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - Changes to Immigration Rules

Just before Parliament was prorogued, the Government laid wide-ranging changes to the Immigration Rules. We are pleased to confirm that many of the

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - Risk of waiving legal privelege

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considers whether an employer’s decision to disclose certain evidence meant that it had waived legal privilege

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Employment and Immigration Law Update - Changes to the EU Settled Status Scheme

The Government has laid changes to the Immigration Rules, which will affect applications made under the EU Settled Status Scheme from 1 October 2019

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