High Court gives go-ahead for renewables challenge

Monthly Archives: 29th November 2012

High Court gives go-ahead for renewables challenge


The High Court has given RWE Npower Renewables Ltd permission to proceed with its claim for judicial review of Milton Keynes Council’s Supplementary Planning Document which attempts to fix minimum… Read more »

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24 members of 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square are to Join 39 Essex Chambers


24 members of 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square are to Join 39 Essex Chambers, including 7 QC’s. This powerful union will take the number of barristers at 39 Essex Chambers to 118… Read more »

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39 Essex Chambers awarded ‘Chambers of the Year’ at the British Legal Awards 2012


39 Essex Chambers was awarded ‘Chambers of the Year’ at the British Legal Awards last night. The win is the culmination of an excellent 2012 for Chambers, following individual and group wins… Read more »

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Pre-Legislative Scrutiny, Part II


This is the third issue of a Blog on the Energy Bill by the 39 Essex Street Energy Group. It continues the discussion in Blog Number 2 of the criticisms… Read more »

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MP job-share Bill introduced


Gordon Nardell QC helped prepare a Ten-Minute Rule Bill, introduced by Labour MP John McDonnell, to enable two individuals to stand for election and serve in Parliament as a job-share. … Read more »

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Lanes Group plc v Galliford Try Infrastructure Ltd (CA) reported by The Lawyer as one of the


Lanes Group plc v Galliford Try Infrastructure Ltd (CA) reported by The Lawyer as one of the “lead matters” for Thirty Nine Essex Street Chambers in 2012. Lanes were represented… Read more »

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William Norris QC acts in case of teenager awarded record damages


William Norris QC of Thirty Nine Essex Street, with Nathan Tavares of Outer Temple Chambers, instructed by Paul Paxton of Stewarts, acted for Agnes Collier who has been awarded record damages (for… Read more »

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Tying ourselves into (Gordian) knots?


This paper takes a step back from the intracies of the DOLS regime both to argue that domestic jurisprudence upon the meaning of ‘deprivation of liberty’ has departed dramatically from… Read more »

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Sean Wilken QC instructed in


Sean Wilken QC is currently acting and advising on a £1bn arbitration in the Dubai International Arbitration Centre arising of major infrastructure works in the Middle East.

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