From Sports Betting to the Stock Market... what’s the difference? Since the Coronavirus outbreak there has been virtually no sports betting due to nearly all sports events around the world being cancelled. What we have seen is the rise of an army of day traders who had previously been avid betters on a host of sporting events who have now [...]
On 4 September 2017, the High Court determined an appeal in the case of Wilfried Guemiand Bony v Gilbert Francis Kacou & Ors  EWHC 2146 (Ch). The primary question before the court was whether the proceedings brought by Mr Bony, a professional footballer, should be stayed to allow the matter to be decided under the Football Association’s Rule K [...]
Teacher Stern is delighted to announce being recommended in seven practice areas in this year's edition of the Legal 500, the leading guide to law firms in the UK. This year's results see Teacher Stern ranked in four additional practice areas compared to the previous year, with eight lawyers recommended. Joint Managing Partners David Salisbury and David Irwin, the “acutely [...]
We all know that employers can dismiss employees when they discover serious misconduct justifying a termination of employment. But can the dismissing employer go further and recover monies (e.g. salaries or bonuses) paid to the employee before discovery of the misconduct? The recent case of Milanese v Leyton Orient Football Club Ltd  EWHC 1161 (QB) dealt with this question, [...]
Teacher Stern has been ranked in the 2015 edition of The Legal 500; the leading guide to law firms in the UK. Teacher Stern received rankings in Commercial Litigation, Property Finance & Sport.