Darryl Hutcheon

Darryl Hutcheon is a trainee barrister at Matrix Chambers in London.|Darryl Hutcheon is a trainee barrister at Matrix Chambers in London.|Darryl Hutcheon is a trainee barrister at Matrix Chambers in London.

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Damaged and Disregarded: Children’s Interests in the Benefit Cap Decision

Damaged and Disregarded: Children’s Interests in the Benefit Cap Decision

Following on from Paul Scott’s post, this contribution will consider how the Supreme Court in SG dealt with the interests of children in analysing whether the benefits cap was justified (despite its discriminatory impact). The ...
Unpaid Interns in the New York Courts: Time to Start Spreading the News?

Unpaid Interns in the New York Courts: Time to Start Spreading the News?

Seen most cynically, employers deploy the label “intern” to give the impression that worker protection laws do not apply to people who look very much like workers, relying on financial and organisational barriers which prevent interns ...