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Lawful ministerial decision-making: the parameters of parliamentary lobbying
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • July 17 2015

In Broadview Energy Developments Limited v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government 2015 EWHC 1743, the Court has clarified the

The public law duty to consult
  • Eversheds LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • July 10 2015

The public law duty to consult is one aspect of the principle that public authorities should exercise fairness in the exercise of their

UK: 'socially justified' parking ticket or penalty?
  • Bird & Bird
  • United Kingdom
  • July 2 2015

After a hundred years of relative stagnation, the law of liquidated damages is changing fast. An important new case on the topic is about to be

The "exclusivity principle" in a planning context
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • January 27 2011

The Court of Appeal has held that the service of a breach of planning condition notice is a "purely public" act, so the correct way of challenging such a notice is by way of judicial review proceedings

Supreme Court handed down their judgment in the Edenred case
  • Bond Dickinson LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • July 1 2015

This was a case involving National Savings and Investments (NS&I) which is a non-ministerial Government Department. NS&I offers retail savings and

Parties to judicial review: who is 'interested'?
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • July 1 2010

In R (on the application of McVey) v Secretary of State for Health 2010 EWHC 1225 (Admin) the High Court held that, in judicial review proceedings, it has no jurisdiction to hear interested third parties who cease to be directly affected by a claim

SHE matters - Summer 2015
  • DLA Piper LLP
  • United Kingdom, European Union, Spain
  • July 1 2015

The Control of Major Accident Hazard (“COMAH”) Regulations are intended to prevent on-shore industrial major accidents and to limit their

Recent appeals in UAE extradition cases the extradition pipeline has opened
  • Corker Binning
  • United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom
  • January 15 2013

The number of countries with which the UK has formal extradition treaties is ever increasing, as the government seeks to cooperate more closely with

Teachers get maths lesson from Court of Appeal
  • Bond Dickinson LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • May 25 2015

When employees strike, their employer can withhold their pay for the days on which they take part in strike action. The question that arose in Hartley

Harassment: oppressive and unacceptable behaviour
  • Kennedys Law LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • September 18 2013

The judgment is fact specific, but given the preponderance of evidence presented by the defence witnesses, Mr Justice Hamblen's conclusion that the