The Cellino / Kenny incident: what are a player’s remedies for capricious treatment?
Published 23 July 2014 By: Andrew Peters
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Andrew Peters is an Associate in the Labour and Employment team at Squire Patton Boggs, London. Andrew advises clients on the full range of employment law including both contentious and non-contentious issues.