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Julia Marlow Hogan Lovells

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A right royal mess: Court of Appeal quashes FOIA veto for first time *

United Kingdom - March 13 2014
In a judgment handed down yesterday, the Court of Appeal has - for the first time - quashed a decision of the Attorney General ("AG") to veto an…


Supreme Court puts HS2 back on track *

European Union, United Kingdom - January 22 2014
The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal brought by HS2 Action Alliance Limited (and others) against the Government's proposals in relation to HS2…


Look but don’t touch: substantive legitimate expectation in the context of “political policy” decisions involving the allocation of resources *

United Kingdom - January 9 2014
In R (on the application of Alansi) v London Borough of Newham [2013] EWHC 3722 (Admin), the Administrative Court has restated a number of key…


UK: defamation case provides ‘trial run’ of the future position on trial by jury *

United Kingdom - August 5 2013
A recent defamation decision, Christopher McGrath v Independent Print Limited [2013] EWCH 2202 (QB) provides some insight into the future…


Grayling reforms may be extended to include tightening of standing requirement *

United Kingdom - July 30 2013
Reports in yesterday's editions of The Times and The Telegraph suggested that the Government is considering making changes to the test for standing…


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