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The duty of fairness when consulting: how far does it go? *

United Kingdom - November 14 2014
Key PointsThe duty to provide sufficient information in a consultation does not in general extend to providing information about options or proposals a consultant body is not pursuing unless there are specific reasons for doing so

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.

House of Lords rejects key aspects of judicial review reforms *

United Kingdom - October 31 2014
Key aspects of the Government's controversial proposals to reform judicial review, discussed in our e-bulletin of 12 February 2014 (see link here)…

Co-authors: Anish Bhasin, Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.

Court finds Lord chancellor's legal aid reform consultation process 'so unfair as to result in illegality' *

United Kingdom - October 20 2014
The Queen on the application of London Criminal Courts Solicitors Association and Criminal Law Solicitors Association v The Lord Chancellor [2014]…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.

Court of Appeal confirms wide margin of discretion for Secretary of State even in questions of EU law *

European Union - September 29 2014
The Court of Appeal held that the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills was entitled to a wide margin of discretion when allocating…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.

Companies awarded damages for human rights breach *

United Kingdom - August 14 2014
The Human Rights Act allows the courts to award damages when necessary, following a breach of any of the rights protected by that Act…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.

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