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Court of Appeal confirms parliamentary intention overrides an exercise of expert judgment *

United Kingdom - April 8 2014
The Court of Appeal in Barnwell Manor Wind Energy Ltd v (1) East Northamptonshire District Council (2) English Heritage (3) National Trust [2014]…

Co-authors: Matthew White, Andrew Lidbetter.


Planning court opens for business *

United Kingdom - April 7 2014
A new Planning Court comes into operation today, with the objective of ensuring that planning cases are heard by specialist judges and significant…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.


High Court holds anonymous hearsay evidence will usually be inadmissible in professional disciplinary proceedings *

United Kingdom - April 2 2014
The High Court has held that in general it would be unfair to admit "potentially significant" anonymous hearsay evidence in professional disciplinary…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.


High Court confirms power of court to order pre-action disclosure in judicial review proceedings *

United Kingdom - February 18 2014
The High Court has found that the Court technically has power to order pre-action disclosure in judicial review proceedings, despite this power not…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.


ECHR reaffirms state immunity from civil proceedings for acts of torture in Jones v United Kingdom *

European Union, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom - February 14 2014
In the recent case of Jones and others v United Kingdom, the European Court of Human Rights (the Court) found that the United Kingdom had not…

Co-authors: Andrew Cannon, Harry Ormsby.


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