Care homes, local authorities and the law

Monthly Archives: January 2012

Care homes, local authorities and the law


A seminar looking at legal issues involving care homes: – the setting of care home fees by local authorities – deprivation of capital and recovery of unpaid care home fees… Read more »

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Duncan Sinclair and James Burton Act for Friends of the Earth in Successful Defeat of the Government’s Appeal Over Solar Panels


Solar Panels – Court of Appeal: Duncan Sinclair and James Burton acted for Friends of the Earth and Interested Parties before the Court of Appeal in successfully defeating the Government’s… Read more »

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Jeremy Morgan QC succeeds again for the Legal Services Commission


Jeremy Morgan QC succeeded again for the Legal Services Commission in a second judgment on the LSC’s rights to recover payments on account made under the Legal Aid Act 1988… Read more »

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Justine Thornton in the first Court of Appeal decision on the Transfrontier Shipment of Waste regime


Justine Thornton and David Hart QC acted for the lead defendant in the first ruling by the Court of Appeal Criminal Division on the criminal offences under the transfrontier shipment… Read more »

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Environmental & Planning Law Update


The Thirty Nine Essex Street Chambers’ Annual Environmental & Planning Update providing an overview of recent case law developments during 2011, presented by Stephen Tromans QC and John Pugh Smith…. Read more »

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Robert Jay QC Named in The Lawyer


Thirty Nine Essex Street’s Robert Jay QC has been named in The Lawyer ‘Hot 100’ 2012, an annual supplement which celebrates the highest achieving legal individuals of the year. Robert… Read more »

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Practice and Procedure in the Court of Protection


Due to the private nature of cases in the Court of Protection, the reasoning of the court is often not made available to the public. This has led to it… Read more »

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Court of Appeal clarifies law upon


The Court of Appeal has handed down a significant judgment upholding the right of public authorities to rely upon exceptions to the right to disclosure of environmental information even when… Read more »

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Richard Wilmot-Smith QC, Karen Gough and Rachael O’Hagan act for Lanes Group PLC in prominent construction adjudication case


On 21 December 2011 judgment was handed down by the Court of Appeal in Lanes Group Plc v Galliford Try Infrastructure Ltd (t/a Galliford Try Rail) [2011] EWCA Civ 1617…. Read more »

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