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4 King's Bench Walk | United Kingdom | 7 Jan 2015

Somewhere between not good and not that bad: the need for proportionality in disciplinary sanctions

In professional disciplinary proceedings, any sanction should balance the public interest with the interests of the professional whose reputation and

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4 King's Bench Walk | United Kingdom | 27 Oct 2014

Location orders: oversights to avoid

Providing a useful reminder of the need to comply with the proper procedure in respect of location orders, an application was successfully made

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4 King's Bench Walk | United Kingdom | 26 Oct 2014

On the table but off the record?

This article looks at some recent case law on the admissibility or otherwise in Employment Tribunal proceedings of without prejudice discussions

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4 King's Bench Walk | United Kingdom, European Union | 26 Oct 2014

Obesity- a weighty issue for employers

An analysis of the recent European case of Kaltoft v Municipality of Billund and the subsequent opinion of the Advocate General concerning whether or

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4 King's Bench Walk | United Kingdom | 26 Oct 2014

Under the table but on the record?

This article looks at some recent case law on the admissibility in Employment Tribunal proceedings of covert recordings of disciplinary hearings. As

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4 King's Bench Walk | United Kingdom | 5 Aug 2014

The increase of litigants in person in the family court.and how to deal with them.

Since April 2013, when public funding for almost all private law family proceedings was removed, the number of parents going to court to argue about

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4 King's Bench Walk | United Kingdom | 24 Jul 2014

Taking enforcement to extremes

There are numerous tools available to protect parties from the actions of former partners and spouses, with varying degrees of success. Non

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4 King's Bench Walk | United Kingdom | 24 Jul 2014

Proposed legal aid “residence test” is unlawful and discriminatory

The Government's controversial proposal to prevent those who could not prove 12 months of lawful residence in the UK from accessing civil Legal Aid

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4 King's Bench Walk | United Kingdom | 22 Jul 2014

Re D (Child) 2014 EWHC 2376 (Fam)

CAFCASS made an application to the Court for orders (i) requiring CAFCASS to undertake safeguarding checks regarding the stepfather of two children

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4 King's Bench Walk | United Kingdom | 17 Jul 2014

‘Ought not to be granted a new tenancy’: using a tenant’s other breaches or reasons connected with the tenant’s use of the holding as a ground of opposition under section 30(1)(c) of the LTA 1954

Section 30(1)(c) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, so often neglected, might now become a landlord's best friend. This provision allows a landlord

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