An interesting English decision to guide sports regulation, disputes and disciplinary matters. The judgment offers helpful guidance not only to those drafting rules creating arbitration (including mandatory arbitration), but those who may be faced with a challenge to their jurisdiction and to the question of the appointment of arbiters.
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A recent decision of the Outer House of the Court Session has highlighted the discretion provided to judges in the Scottish courts to withhold from a party a remedy to which, in ordinary circumstances, they would be entitled as a matter of course.
The UK Supreme Court has recently handed down a much anticipated decision in a case looking at when employers are permitted to negotiate with staff directly when a collective bargaining agreement with a recognised trade union was in place. This is an important issue as, if employers get this wrong, it can attract significant penalties.
I am typing this blog shortly after the closing session of Turing Fest 2021.
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