Coventry City Council loaned £14m to the Ricoh Arena. SISU, the hedge fund who own Coventry FC, challenged the loan on the grounds that it was in breach of State… Read more »
Neil Allen will be giving a talk titled ‘Thoughts on the New Code’ at this annual conference to discuss The Mental Health & Mental Capacity Acts In Practice. The conference… Read more »
This legal briefing was written by Rachael O’Hagan of Thirty Nine Essex street and James Mullen of Fenwick Elliot.
James Strachan QC appeared for the Ministry of Justice upholding the current law relating to assisted suicide in these Supreme Court appeals concerning the right to die. The appeals were… Read more »
Gordon Nardell QC was a member of a panel of expert speakers invited by newly-merged international law firm Squire Patton Boggs to address their Environment Group’s annual client conference in… Read more »
Greg Treverton-Jones QC successfully represented the Crown Prosecution Service in its application for judicial review of a wasted costs order made in the Sheffield Crown Court. The Divisional Court judgment… Read more »
Stephen Tromans QC delivered a paper, co-written with Ned Helme, to the Planning and Environmental Bar Association (PEBA) Annual Conference on Strategic Environmental Assessment. You can read this paper by… Read more »
Justine Thornton successfully resisted a High Court challenge to quash an EIA screening decision and planning permission for a large vehicle testing and proving ground in Leicestershire. The challenge alleged… Read more »
This talk was given by Stephen Tromans QC at the UKELA Conference 2014 in Edinburgh. Please click on the following link to click on this paper discussing EIA Reform.
Paul Hayes joined a panel of eminent speakers at this important annual international commercial arbtration conference, which was held in Kuching, Malaysia, from 19 to 21 June. Paul’s paper was entitled… Read more »