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Home Office announces criminal liability for unauthorised travellers who camp on public and private land

United Kingdom - January 22 2021 Currently, most cases of trespass are dealt with as civil matters. Only ‘aggravated trespass’ can lead to arrest, and this often proves difficult to…

Simone Ketchell

EE Ltd & H3G UK Ltd v Stephenson & AP Wireless (II) UK Limited [2021] - Duncan upheld and O’May disapplied

United Kingdom - July 30 2021 In EE Limited and Hutchison 3G UK Limited (the “Operators”) v David Paul Stephenson and AP Wireless II (UK) Limited (the “Site Provider”), the…

Danielle Drummond-Brassington, Martin Garner

New Police Powers to deal with Trespassers & Protestors

United Kingdom - July 7 2022 From 28 June 2022, the police in England and Wales have new powers to deal with trespassers and protestors under the Police, Crime, Sentencing and…

Valerie Allan, Simone Ketchell, Sarah Moore, Emma Pinkerton

MSV Caselaw Update

United Kingdom - July 2 2021 The Upper Tribunal (“UT”) has recently refused a landowner’s application to impose wide-ranging indemnity obligations on the operator in a…

Danielle Drummond-Brassington, Martin Garner

Telecoms: The Upper Tribunal refuses operators’ application for interim rights under the Electronic Communications Code

United Kingdom - June 6 2022 The Upper Tribunal has refused EE Limited and Hutchison 3G UK Limited’s (the “Operators”) application for interim rights under the Electronic…

Martin Garner