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R v Wood Treatment Limited - corporate manslaughter and the challenge of proving causation

United Kingdom - July 19 2021 This case concerned the tragic events at Bosley Mill (‘the Mill’) where on 17 July 2015 a large explosion resulted in the deaths of four workers. The…

Jonathan Grimes

Environmental Law Quarterly Update - Q1 2021

United Kingdom - April 6 2021 On 18 January 2021, almost a year to the day from its launch, the Joint Unit for Waste Crime reported that it had “wasted no time in sharing…

Sophie Wood

Parliamentary scrutiny in the time of Coronavirus

European Union, United Kingdom - November 11 2020 As a new nationwide lockdown comes into effect, Stephen Parkinson and Charlie Roe from our Public Law team, consider the often limited role of…

Stephen Parkinson

Striking a balance or tipping the scales? The Independent Review of Administrative Law and the possible reform of Judicial Review

United Kingdom - September 28 2020 On 31 July 2020 the Government launched an Independent Review of Administrative Law (‘the Review’). The panel of lawyers and academics, chaired by…

Nick Wrightson

A review of ethical standards for RICS Chartered Surveyors: avoiding conflict when carrying out Red Book valuations

United Kingdom - March 18 2020 Across all industries there has been an increased focus on ethical behaviour of businesses in recent years. Adhering to a strict ethical code of…

Julie Norris