No duty of care owed by occupier to contractor’s employee

Monthly Archives: 12th February 2014

No duty of care owed by occupier to contractor’s employee


William Norris QC and Judith Ayling acted for the National Trust in Yates v National Trust, where it was held that no duty of care was owed by the National… Read more »

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Supervening mental incapacity does not frustrate a conditional fee agreement


In an important appeal handed down by Phillips J on 5 February 2014 it was held that the doctrine of frustration is not engaged when a client loses mental capacity…. Read more »

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Richard Wald acts in successful judicial review of planning permission on EIA grounds


Richard Wald acted for the Claimant company in this successful judicial review of the grant of planning permission for a storage depot on EIA grounds. To read the full judgment… Read more »

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The High Court is now to include…


The High Court is now to include a formally designated Planning Court and permission to apply will be required for section 288 applications against planning decisions in the latest government… Read more »

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The High Court’s new Planning Court


The High Court is now to include a formally designated Planning Court and permission to apply will be required for section 288 applications against planning decisions in the latest government… Read more »

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Saima Hanif successfully appears for Metropolitan Police


Saima Hanif successfully appeared for the Metropolitan Police, in an application to revoke the premises licence of a nightclub in Westminster, called Avalon. Following a fatal shooting at the nightclub… Read more »

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