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case | 25 May 2017 Read More

The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in the first case it has considered under the Gambling Act 2005: Greene King v Gambling Commission [2017] EWCA Civ 372. The case concerne...

case | 24 May 2017 Read More

Daniel Stilitz QC and Harini Iyengar in Court of Appeal victory for consultant cardiologist who blew the whistle after patient death. Daniel Stilitz QC and Harini Iyengar were instr...

AREAS OF PRACTICE: Employment
case | 15 May 2017 Read More

The Senior Coroner for Inner North London handed down a narrative determination in the inquest touching on the death of Nasar Ahmed.  The inquest concerned a fourteen year old boy wh...

case | 10 May 2017 Read More

In brief: Supreme Court decides not to follow a decision of the European Court of Human Rights because its reasons are unsatisfactory This is a rare and arguably uniq...

AREAS OF PRACTICE: European Union Human Rights
case | 3 May 2017 Read More

James Goudie QC and Hannah Slarks appeared for the four claimant local authorities and Jason Coppel QC and Joanne Clement for the defendant Secretary of State in one of the...

case | 11 April 2017 Read More

The Supreme Court has today handed down judgment in the preliminary issues appeal in EnergySolutions v NDA [2017] UKSC 34. The Court, allowing NDA’s appeal on the main issue, has unanimo...

AREAS OF PRACTICE: Procurement and State Aid
case | 6 April 2017 Read More

The Supreme Court has decided that a parent commits a criminal offence on any occasion where his or her child does not attend the school at which s/he is ...

AREAS OF PRACTICE: Education
case | 5 April 2017 Read More

The Supreme Court has today given judgment in Essop v Home Office and Naeem v Secretary of State for Justice, significantly simplifying the law of indirect discrimination. The Court he...

AREAS OF PRACTICE: Employment
case | 5 April 2017 Read More

The Labour Party’s internal disciplinary proceedings against Ken Livingstone have been widely reported. On 4 April, a panel of the Labour Party’s National Constitutional Committee found Ken Livingstone gui...

AREAS OF PRACTICE: Public
case | 31 March 2017 Read More

David Bedenham is acting for a large number of wholesalers who have been refused approval under the AWRS.  These traders are appealing to the First Tier Tribunal (Tax Chambe...

AREAS OF PRACTICE: Tax Litigation
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