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DRIPA struck down by High Court in judicial review challenge

European Union - July 24 2015 On 17 July 2015, the High Court declared the operative provision of the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014 (“DRIPA“) to be inconsistent…

Co-authors: Telha Arshad.

Challenging Government decisions in the UK: an introduction to judicial review

United Kingdom - June 8 2015 As the role of the public sector (both as regulator and contracting party) has grown, so has the commercial impact of its decisions become more…

Co-authors: Paul Dacam , Charles Brasted.

Clarifying the duty to have regard

United Kingdom - April 30 2015 The High Court has found that the duty “to have regard to” guidance requires that guidance to be taken into account, and for there to be “clear”…

Co-authors: Telsha Arshad.

Lord Chancellor’s consultation on criminal legal aid “so unfair as to result in illegality”

United Kingdom - September 26 2014 The Administrative Court, in a judgment handed down last Friday, has set back Government plans to cut criminal Legal Aid. In this recent challenge by…

Cabinet Office publishes consultation on draft regulations on the statutory register of lobbyists under the Lobbying Act

United Kingdom - September 12 2014 In a consultation published yesterday, the Cabinet Office is seeking views on draft regulations relating to the statutory register of lobbyists that…

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