Jamie Susskind writes in the Financial Times: It’s governments that need to protect free speech – not Elon Musk. Read the full article here.Read More
The article is an appraisal of the Global Nighttime Recovery Plan, which is an account of and prescription for the route to a sustainable post-pandemic…Read More
Raphael Hogarth, 11KBW pupil and associate at The Institute for Government, talks to ChambersStudent about the controversy around the proposed changes to judicial reviews.
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Philip Kolvin QC In a wide-ranging decision, the First Tier Tribunal has brought clarity to several aspects of regulatory practice associated with gambling operating licences.…Read More
Marcus Pilgerstorfer QC (11KBW) writes for InDret with Jean-Sébastien Borghetti (Université Panthéon-Assas), Duncan Fairgrieve (British Institute of International and Comparative Law), Richard Goldberg (Durham Law…Read More
Philip Kolvin QC asks whether the High Court’s decision that remote local authority meetings cannot continue without new legislation applies to licensing committee hearings. Please…Read More
Philip Kolvin QC looks at the likely fallout from the Supreme Court’s ruling on whether Uber drivers were ‘workers’
Philip Kolvin QC looks at the likely fallout from the Supreme Court’s ruling on whether Uber drives were ‘workers’. Please read the full article on…Read More
Article written by Philip Kolvin QC for the Journal of Licensing entitled ‘Beyond Regulation’. Read the article here.Read More
Marcus Pilgerstorfer QC has co-authored an article considering liability issues arising in relation to the production of medical products in response to the coronavirus pandemic.…Read More
What do we still need to know about the extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to October 2020?
In positive news, the Chancellor has announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (the “Scheme”) will be extended until the end of October 2020. However,…Read More