“Environmental impact assessment (or EIA as it is normally known) easily outpaces any other area of environmental or planning law in the number of new cases it generates. It has… Read more »
This paper illustrates the growth in the number and scope of environmental laws applicable to agriculture since the 1980s.
This paper looks at the new offence of dealing in tainted cultural objects and how it affects dealers, collectors and institutions. The removal of objects from listed buildings is considered… Read more »
“Recently, the Courts have been looking at three areas of limitation law and practice. One is when it is permissible to introduce a new claim in pending proceedings after the… Read more »
“The use of admissions is governed by CPR Part 14. The purpose of making an admission is in order to save time and costs and to narrow the issues in… Read more »
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This paper was originally presented at 39 Essex Street in July 2003. “On 2nd June 2003, a trio of regulations came into force, the effect of which will be to allow solicitors… Read more »
This paper was originally presented at 39 Essex Street in May 2004 “Lots of people blithely speak of “international arbitration”, without defining what it is. If an arbitrator is American, lives… Read more »
This paper was originally presented at 39 Essex Street in May 2004. The paper examines the way in which English law protects the confidentiality of the arbitral process at different… Read more »