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Housing Law | Tuesday 15 October 2019

Garden Court Housing Team responds to Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government consultation on 'A new deal for renters'

The Garden Court Housing Team welcomes the government’s proposal to abolish no fault evictions (based on s.21 Housing Act 1988).

Marc Willers QC Irena Sabic Maria Moodie Tim Baldwin Liz Davies Stephen Cottle Marina Sergides Sophie Caseley Kevin Gannon Hannah Rought-Brooks Adrian Berry Bethan Harris

Garden Court Chambers | Monday 6 November 2017

Employment tribunal upholds sex discrimination claim

David Renton of the Garden Court Chambers Employment Team appeared in the case of Amy Arnold v UK Power Networks (Operations) Ltd.

David Renton

Housing Law | Thursday 3 August 2017

The Garden Court Chambers Housing Team respond to the consultation of Terms of Reference of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry

The Grenfell Tower Inquiry has called for responses to the consultation of Terms of Reference.

Garden Court Chambers | Friday 30 September 2016

Autistic child wins disability discrimination claim against shopkeeper who refused to serve him

The child was represented by David Renton of Garden Court Chambers and Rheian Davies of DH Law Ltd.

David Renton

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 17 December 2015

Forty-year employee wins unfair dismissal claim against BT

Trevor Edwards was represented by David Renton of Garden Court Chambers.

David Renton

Garden Court Chambers | Thursday 5 February 2015

UK government joins Court of Appeal test case as intervener

David Renton is representing Mr. Dave Smith

David Renton

Garden Court Chambers | Friday 11 October 2013

David Renton acting in Employment Appeal Tribunal case on blacklisting

David Renton is currently appearing in the EAT hearing into blacklisting by Carillion (JM) Ltd – previously John Mowlem Ltd.

David Renton

Garden Court Chambers | Wednesday 27 March 2013

Anti Squatting Law

160 lawyers signed a letter to the Guardian pointing out that the criminal trespass offence (s 144) was introduced on the basis of misinformation. The offence which deals with squatting in a residential building was introduced into the Legal Aid, Sentenci

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