39 Essex Chambers has been appointed to the panel of external legal advisors for the Legal Services Board, it has been announced. Chambers joins a panel of nine advisors, picked from 24… Read more »
Timothy Lyons QC has contributed this comment piece on the EU Commission’s recommendations on IHT obstacles, including double taxation, entitled “Recommendations – And Then”.
Cases C-106/09 P and C-107/09 P Commission and Spain v Gibraltar and the United Kingdom, 15th Nov 2011, are important cases on state aid and tax. They are considered by… Read more »
This material was first published by Sweet & Maxwell Limited in Section 199: relief from VAT on low value goods: restriction relating to Channel Islands—Low Value Consignment Relief for VAT… Read more »
Rachael O’Hagan instructed by a respondent who successfully resisted an application for permission to appeal an arbitration award under s. 69 of the Arbitration Act 1996.
Yesterday Mr. Justice Bodey ruled a seven-year-old boy with a brain tumour should undergo surgery against his mother’s wishes. The ruling was later upheld by the Court of Appeal in… Read more »
Presented by members of Thirty Nine Essex Street, this half day seminar will cover the following topics: – Freedom of information and data protection – General power of competence – Procurement – Consultation – Equality… Read more »
The Government’s long-awaited Energy Bill received its first reading on 29 November 2012. No date has yet been fixed for the Bill’s second reading, at which the substance will be… Read more »
Vikram Sachdeva seeks declaration for Trust not to resuscitate intensive care patient Mr. Justice Peter Jackson declined to make the declarations sought on 6 December 2012. An urgent application for… Read more »