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Breach of contract to educate - can you be more specific, please?
  • CMS Cameron McKenna
  • United Kingdom
  • June 25 2015

In our consumer society, we are familiar with complaints and claims being brought by aggrieved customers. With the introduction of tuition fees


School's out! Duty to consult arose when provisional decision to close school was made
  • Hogan Lovells
  • United Kingdom
  • June 29 2015

The employers in E Ivor Hughes Educational Foundation v Morris, a charity running a school, decided at a meeting of the governors and head teacher on


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


Ahead of the pace: police law update - summer 2015
  • Hill Dickinson LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • June 16 2015

In recent months many forces have been faced with the prospect of civil claims relating to historic child sexual exploitation allegations, some of


Civil liability in cases of self-inflicted deaths in prison custody a healthcare perspective
  • Hill Dickinson LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • June 25 2015

The prison population in England and Wales has a higher mortality rate than in the community, with approximately one third of all deaths being


Can an Academy recruit overseas students?
  • Eversheds LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • July 1 2015

Academies, like other state schools, will be aware of the government policy that, unlike independent fee charging schools, they should not admit


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

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


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


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


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