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Back to Brexit: What UK Business needs to know

United Kingdom, European Union - October 23 2020 The UK may have left the EU on January 31 of this year, but the effect Of this will not felt until 11:00 pm on 31 December on the expiry of The...

Michael J Luckman, Ursula Johnston, Bernardine Adkins, David Lowe.

Administrative Court finds the decision not to include gig workers in the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme lawful

United Kingdom - August 28 2020 The case of R (On the Application Of Adiatu & Anor) v Her Majesty’s Treasury 2020 EWHC 1554 (Admin) concerned challenges certain decisions made by...

Ravi Randhawa, John P Cooper.

Court of Appeal confirms high threshold for injunctions preventing publication of Ofsted reports

United Kingdom - August 26 2020 In R (on the application of the Governing Body of X) v Office for Standards In Education, Children’s Services and Skills & Anor 2020 EWCA Civ 594...

Ravi Randhawa, John P Cooper.

The Court considers the legality of a specialist regulator’s judgement of non-compliance

United Kingdom - August 24 2020 In Inclusion Housing Community Interest Company v Regulator of Social Housing 2020 EWHC 346 the Court considered whether the Regulator had been...

Ravi Randhawa, John P Cooper.

The ‘manifestly without reasonable foundation’ proportionality test applies outside the context of welfare benefits - but may make little difference

United Kingdom - August 21 2020 In R (On the Application Of Drexler) v Leicestershire County Council 2020 EWCA Civ 502 the Appellant sought to challenge changes to the Respondent’s...

Ravi Randhawa, John P Cooper.