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LSE caused award-winning Professor’s disability,

then illegally dismissed him for that disability

BREAKING NEWS #1:

Award-winning, internationally-renowned, autistic economist

files multi-million pound discrimination lawsuit against the LSE

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Law firm responsible for the

Largest Lawsuits in the History of Higher Education

Former Head of the LSE Department of Management, Saul Estrin,

and former Manager of the LSE Department of Management, Joanne Hay,

led the campaign of harassment against the

award-winning, internationally-renowned autistic professor

which caused his disability.


Estrin and Hay subsequently led the campaign of discrimination against the

award-winning, internationally-renowned autistic professor

which resulted in his unfair dismissal.

Disability

Discrimination

Saul Estrin

Disgraced (former) Head

Department of Management

BREAKING NEWS #3:

High Court issues damning verdict against the LSE

for breaches of duty of care and contract, causing the disability

of the award-winning, internationally-renowned, autistic economist

*ostensibly

Joanne Hay

Disgraced (former) Department Manager

Department of Management

High Court Judgment:

“My view is that those [LSE staff] who were purporting to deal with the matter were passing the buck, one to the other, disclaiming any responsibility for decisive action.

“In my judgment there were a series of failures on the part of the defendant to properly manage... Miss D. Each of these failures represented a breach of the duty of care owed by the defendant to the claimant.”

Saul Estrin

Disgraced (former) Head

Department of Management

Gwyn Bevan

Disgraced (former) Co-Head

Department of Management

Joanne Hay

Disgraced (former) Manager

Department of Management

BREAKING NEWS #4:

LSE and Pinsent Masons repeatedly humiliated in Employment Tribunal

by attempting to pervert the course of justice

- lawyer sacked*

Helen Cordon

(Pinsent Masons)


Shamed for:

presiding over

destruction of data,

having settlement

offer rejected,

lying to a judge,

attempting to

pervert justice.

Chris Mordue

(Pinsent Masons)


Sacked* for:

making false statements,

presiding over

destruction of data,

having multiple settlement offers rejected,

attempting to

pervert justice.

Michael Barzelay

Disgraced (former) Co-Head

Department of Management

The LSE and its lawyers Pinsent Masons twice attempted to pervert the course of justice

by lifting the court-decreed stay on the Employment Tribunal proceedings.


The LSE and its lawyers Pinsent Masons twice failed:

first by Chris Mordue of Pinsent Masons, resulting in him being sacked;*

the second time by Helen Cordon of Pinsent Masons & Paul Michell of Cloisters Chambers.

The LSE and its lawyers Pinsent Masons were shamed and humiliated

for repeatedly wasting the Court’s precious time and financial resources,

which will be brought to the Employment Judge’s attention

in the determination of costs.

Paul Michell

(Cloisters)


Shamed for:

lying to a judge,

attempting to

pervert justice.

BREAKING NEWS #5:

LSE and Pinsent Masons exhibit shame, humiliation and desperation

and cowardly resort to harassing and threatening the

innocent wife of award-winning, internationally-renowned economist

Julian Sladdin

(Leeds)


Shamed for:

issuing illegal

groundless threats

against an innocent

disabled autistic man,

falsely accusing an

innocent Oxford Trustee,

and issuing false statements against the media.

Helen Cordon

(Birmingham)


Shamed for:

presiding over

destruction of data,

having settlement

offer rejected,

lying to a judge,

attempting to

pervert justice.

On 20 December 2019,

the LSE and its lawyers Pinsent Masons (Julian Sladdin and Helen Cordon)

revealed their apparent shame, humiliation and desperation

that the IISL is conducting an international ethics case study

(viewed by countless organisations around the world in 131 countries)

on the LSE and Pinsent Masons’ unethical handling of

the largest lawsuits in the history of Higher Education.


A clear example of the unethical behaviour of the LSE and its lawyers Pinsent Masons

(which former Lord Chief Justice Woolf declared in his high-profile investigation),

is the following blatant lie:


“The description of the ET claim as a

‘seven figure multi-million pound lawsuit’

and various other false assertions...”


Unfortunately for the LSE, the employment claim filed with the Employment Tribunal

in 2015 clearly stated a ‘seven figure multi-million pound lawsuit’.

This fact was unequivocally corroborated in the High Court

and the international media in 2018.

The fact that the LSE and its unethical lawyers, Pinsent Masons

continue to lie about basic, fundamental facts of this landmark lawsuit

corroborates Lord Chief Justice Woolf damning indictment of the LSE as unethical,

and it will be brought to the attention of the Employment Tribunal judge

and attendant international media in 2020.



As the LSE and Pinsent Masons well-know that

the IISL’s ethics case study is neither defamatory nor illegal,

(having previously made illegal groundless threats via Cerys Wyn Davies)

they have resorted to harassing and bullying innocent members of the public,

begging the wife of the award-winning internationally-renowned economist,

to ask the IISL to violate free speech and academic freedom and stop conducting

the academic case study of the LSE and Pinsent Masons’ unethical behaviour.


The unethical LSE and Pinsent Masons have threatened to inform

the Employment Tribunal judge that an internationally-renowned ethics think tank

is conducting an academic ethics case study on

the unethical behaviour of the LSE and Pinsent Masons.

The LSE and Pinsent Masons have rather desperately attempted to invoke

Rule 2 of Schedule 1 of the Employment Tribunal Regulations 2013 “Overriding Objective”

which is completely irrelevant to the IISL’s internationally-renowned ethics case studies.


The IISL welcomes this desperate move by the LSE and Pinsent Masons

as an Employment Tribunal judge will read this as a desperate attempt

to distract the judge away from the LSE’s illegal harassment and discrimination,

and the judge will certainly not allow allegations of alleged defamation into

an Employment court room, and instead will encourage the LSE and Pinsent Masons

to file any defamation proceedings against any party for any reason

in the UK Civil courts, as the award-winning internationally-renowned economist

has recently done against the LSE.


For its part, the IISL continues to welcome the LSE and Pinsent Masons

to attempt to file defamation proceedings against the IISL.

For the record, countless unethical organisations around the world

have threatened to sue the IISL over the past 20 years

for conducting ethics case studies on their unethical and illegal behaviour.

None have been successful,

despite their spending countless millions of dollars/pounds.


For example, one of the world’s largest corporations,

the $100 billion dollar Boeing Company,

possessing the world’s most well-resourced legal apparatus,

has never successfully sued the IISL’s research and reporting over the past decade

of its potential gross criminal negligence and corporate manslaughter

which IISL research predicted over a decade ago.


Even the LSE and Mr Sladdin and Ms Cordon of Pinsent Masons

revealed their weak and desperate situation

by whimpering in their letter of 20 December 2019:


“We previously wrote to you about the [IISL] website.

Regrettably, our previous correspondence did not have the desired effect.

Regrettably... we very much doubt that our request

will lead to an improvement of the situation.”

Helen Cordon

(Birmingham)


Shamed for:

presiding over

destruction of data,

having settlement

offer rejected,

lying to a judge,

attempting to

pervert justice.

Cerys Wyn Davies

(Birmingham)


Shamed for:

issuing illegal

groundless threats.

After the IISL reported

on Pinsent Masons’

illegal activity,

they dropped

their false charges.

Chris Mordue

(Leeds)


Sacked* for:

making false statements,

presiding over

destruction of data,

having multiple settlement offers rejected,

attempting to

pervert justice.

Julian Sladdin

(Leeds)


Shamed for:

issuing illegal

groundless threats

against an innocent

disabled autistic man,

falsely accusing an

innocent Oxford Trustee,

and issuing false statements against the media.

BREAKING NEWS #2:

LSE and its lawyers Pinsent Masons violate

the “Overriding Objective” of the Employment Tribunal Regulations

and ACAS requirements for conciliation

In order to attempt to prevent the largest lawsuits in the history of Higher Education,

the LSE and its unethical lawyers, Pinsent Masons were required by UK law

to have engaged with conciliation via ACAS in accordance with

Rule 2 of Schedule 1 of the Employment Tribunal Regulations 2013 “Overriding Objective”.


LSE and its unethical lawyers, Pinsent Masons refused to do so,

which corroborates Lord Chief Justice Woolf damning indictment of the LSE as unethical,

and it will be brought to the attention of the Employment Tribunal judge

and attendant international media in 2020.


The persons responsible for this act of gross negligence were:


The disgraced LSE Head of Legal, Kevin Haynes, who possesses no legal qualifications,

a fact which the High Court judge ridiculed and condemned before she found

the LSE to be in multiple breaches of duty of care and breach of contract:


High Court question: “Mr Haynes, you are a qualified lawyer presumably.”

Mr Haynes: “No, I am not.”


High Court question: “Any legal qualifications?”

Mr Haynes: “No.”


High Court judge: “You [the LSE] have got what passes for the Legal Department,

where... the head of it is not even a practicing lawyer.”


Just before Kevin Haynes nervously took the stand in the High Court,

he was overheard loudly stating to his colleague that

he regretted his marriage to his eastern European wife and his problematic son.

The IISL can not confirm the truth validity of Mr Haynes’ rather sad statement.

Kevin Haynes

Disgraced LSE Head of Legal

The other person responsible for this act of gross negligence was

Chris Mordue, the disgraced former partner of Pinsent Masons,

who was sacked* for his gross negligence in these landmark lawsuits.

Chris Mordue

(Leeds)


Sacked* for:

making false statements,

presiding over

destruction of data,

having multiple settlement offers rejected,

attempting to

pervert justice.

BREAKING NEWS #6:

LSE and Pinsent Masons desperately attempt to strike out ET claim

in which the High Court Judge found LSE to be in multiple breaches

Having twice attempted and twice failed to pervert the course of justice

by lifting the court-decreed stay on the Employment Tribunal proceedings,

the unethical LSE and its unethical lawyers Pinsent Masons, in a further act of desperation,

are attempting to have the landmark Employment Tribunal lawsuit struck out.

The IISL has been reliably informed by legal experts that this too will fail.


The Claimant, acting as an inexperienced Litigant in Person,

is incredibly fortunate for the continued “strategic stupidity

of the unethical LSE and its unethical lawyers

who will gift the Claimant with a precious view of the ‘cards that they hold’,

prior to the actual trial in November 2020,

unnecessarily giving the Claimant a chance to learn their defensive strategy

and to prepare the strongest possible case long before it happens.


Through this IISL international ethics case study,

the world gets to see in real time how an unethical organisation

and its unethical lawyers, both continue to spiral downward into systemic failure,

resulting in the losses of unethical and incompetent senior staff along the way.

Helen Cordon

(Pinsent Masons)


Shamed for:

presiding over

destruction of data,

having settlement

offer rejected,

lying to a judge,

attempting to

pervert justice.

Paul Michell

(Cloisters)


Shamed for:

lying to a judge,

attempting to

pervert justice.