This seminar was be presented by Gregory Treverton-Jones QC, Fenella Morris QC, James Strachan QC, David Mayhew and chaired by Alison Foster QC (all of Thirty Nine Essex Street). This… Read more »
Thirty Nine Essex Street is delighted to congratulate Karen on her appointment as Chairman of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Insolvency Licensing Committee. This is a particularly notable achievement as… Read more »
In this latest blog post Jonathan Darby discusses the potential role of fracking in the Government’s energy policy and considers some of the planning implications for developers and local communities. To… Read more »
In a landmark legal ruling, a judge has sanctioned the steralisation of a learning disabled man declaring it was in his “best interests”. Victoria Butler-Cole appeared for the B Partnership NHS Trust.
Thomas Amraoui acted for one of the two successful local authorities (Essex County Council) in this challenge brought under section 17 of the Children Act 1989. A Nigerian family, in the… Read more »
Paul Stinchcombe QC has secured planning permission for the development of 131 dwellings on an unallocated countryside site in Hayling Island, in close proximity to the Chichester Harbour Area of… Read more »
It was argued to be a breach of (1) Article 2 of the First Protocol of the European Convention on Human Rights, and (3) Article 14 when read with Article… Read more »
To mark the third anniversary since the inception of the Court of Protection newsletter, the team have taken the opportunity to reflect the fact that the newsletter’s remit now ranges… Read more »