Articles

Rhys Hadden considers Cross Border issues: Deputyships & LPAs

Rhys Hadden considers Cross Border issues: Deputyships & LPAs

Date: 2 Feb, 2018
In a world with an aging population, increased movement of people between countries and geographically dispersed assets, issues concerning incapacitated individuals and managing their personal affairs now frequently extend beyond local borders.

Samuel Parsons discusses Phones 4U Limited (in administration) v EE Limited

Date: 1 Feb, 2018
Samuel Parsons discusses Phones 4U Limited (in administration) v EE Limited, which considered the availability of common law damages pursuant to a contractual termination.

Property & Estates E-news - January 2018

Property & Estates E-news - January 2018

Date: 16 Jan, 2018
In the Property & Estates Team's first e-bulletin of 2018, Oliver Mitchell gives an overview of a couple of forms of court order.

Rebecca Stickler discusses "how should individual funding requests be considered by NHS Commissioners?"

Date: 11 Jan, 2018
2017 brought us several interesting public law decisions, including many successful judicial review claims against NHS commissioners.

New judgement on selective distribution and third party platform bans under EU law

New judgement on selective distribution and third party platform bans under EU law

Date: 11 Dec, 2017
On 6 December 2017, the EU Court of Justice gave its judgment in Case C-230/16 Coty Germany v Parfümerie Akzente.

Security for Costs: Is ATE Insurance Good Enough?

Date: 1 Dec, 2017
The Court of Appeal handed down judgment in Premier Motorauctions Ltd (in liquidation) v PricewaterhouseCoopers and Lloyds Bank [2017] EWCA Civ 1872 on 23 November.

1975 Act claims: claims by adult children in the post-Ilott world

1975 Act claims: claims by adult children in the post-Ilott world

Date: 9 Oct, 2017
In this article, Katie Hooper considers how the renowned Ilott saga has impacted 1975 Act claims in practice, by reference to the latest case-law.

M4 Public Inquiry

M4 Public Inquiry

Date: 2 Oct, 2017
Submissions made to the M4 Public Inquiry by Brendon Moorhouse on behalf of Gwent Wildlife Trust, Friends of the Earth, CPRW and the Woodland Trust.

The EU Withdrawal Bill – possible implications for public procurement law

The EU Withdrawal Bill – possible implications for public procurement law

Date: 2 Aug, 2017
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill was introduced to Parliament during July.