Caterham redundancies and the unlikely connection between employment and libel law
Published 19 August 2014 By: Nicholas Goodfellow
The statement by the Affected Staff
- the claim that the staff had been released by the Caterham F1 team, as opposed to a different entity, which is said to employ the staff; and
- the claim that the staff were not paid in July.
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Nick specialises in commercial and employment litigation. Nick is a keen sportsman, and has acted in a variety of sports related disputes. Nick has acted for a racehorse trainer claiming unpaid fees and defending allegations of professional negligence, and for a senior executive of a leading football club.