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Kenworthy's News

Below is a list of our latest news articles.

Immigration/Asylum Team Update: LASPO 5 Years On… by Kenworthy's Chambers 24/09/2018

 
The Bar Council recently carried out a campaign on Twitter using the hashtag #LASPOStories, where Barristers were able to share their experiences and observations of the effects of the LASPO review 5 years ago
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Sarah Johnson Successfully Represented a Large UK Charity Against Race Discrimination Claims from Potential External Supplier by Kenworthy's Chambers 12/09/2018

 
Sarah Johnson represented one of the UK’s largest Health & Social Care Charity at a 3-day hearing at Liverpool Employment Tribunal against claims of race discrimination, harassment, unfair dismissal and breach of contract brought by claimant a self-employed yoga instructor against the Respondent.
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Mark Schwenk Returns to Volunteer with Refugee Legal Support Project in Athens by Kenworthy's Chambers 07/09/2018

 
Mark Schwenk will be returning to Athens to volunteer with the Refugee Legal Support Project for two weeks, just over a year ago, both Mark Schwenk and John Nicholson volunteered with ILPA (Immigration Law Practitioners Association) for the RLS, based at the Khora Community Centre in Athens.
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Bruce Henry Secures Compensation for Wirral Midwife Victim to Indirect Sex Discrimination Against her Former Employer by Kenworthy's Chambers 06/09/2018

 
Following a trial at Liverpool Employment Tribunal, Bruce Henry instructed by Thompsons Solicitors, successfully represented a Wirral Midwife who was subjected to indirect sex discrimination from her former employer, the tribunal awarded £5,000 to Ms Leigh-Poole, a member of the Royal College of Midwives, in compensation for her ordeal.
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Robert Lassey Represents Multi-National Company at Remedy Hearing by Kenworthy's Chambers 13/08/2018

 
Robert Lassey represented a multi-national company at a remedy hearing in Bristol Employment Tribunal, after a Rule 21 Judgement had been entered against the Respondent, following their failure to file an ET3 in response to claims of Race Discrimination.
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