Health, Welfare and Deprivation of Health – August 2016

Monthly Archives: 16th August 2016

Health, Welfare and Deprivation of Health – August 2016


In the Health, Welfare and Deprivation of Liberty Newsletter: covert medication and deprivation and further findings in relation to state imputability. Download the Health, Welfare and Deprivation of Liberty Newsletter…. Read more »

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The Modern Slavery Act and big business – The Global Legal Post


Deok Joo Rhee considers what the Modern Slavery Act 2015 means for big business and the value of being a leader in the field of prevention. Theresa May, the new… Read more »

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Yorkshire Ripper declared well enough to return to prison


Benjamin Tankel represented the Ministry of Justice in the First Tier Tribunal. The Tribunal decided that Peter Sutcliffe, who was convicted of 13 counts of murder and 7 of attempted… Read more »

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Marion Smith QC and Ben Olbourne presenting in a series of seminars organized by the Law Society of Singapore on arbitration law, practice and procedure


Marion Smith QC and Ben Olbourne will be speaking in a series of seminars in September 2016, on arbitration law, practice and procedure. This series of four seminars has been… Read more »

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Saima Hanif is appointed to the Financial Market Law Committee’s Advisory Group to consider the impact of Brexit on the Financial Services sector


Saima Hanif is a member of the FMLC’s Advisory Group which has been convened to consider and address the legal uncertainties which may result from the UK’s vote to leave… Read more »

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Emma Corkill joins 39 Essex Chambers


Chambers is delighted to announce that Emma Corkill has joined its Civil Liability Group. Emma was called to the Bar in 2010 and specialises in all areas of personal injury… Read more »

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Equality challenge on behalf of cohabitees


Vikram Sachdeva QC and Catherine Dobson (together with Stephen McNamara of Kings Chambers) acted in a challenge to the compatibility of section 1A Fatal Accidents Act 1976 with Article 8,… Read more »

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High Court rules that NHS England can fund a preventative treatment for HIV


The High Court has ruled that the NHS can fund a preventative treatment for HIV.  Pre-exposure prophylaxis, known as Prep, has been shown to reduce the risk of HIV infection by… Read more »

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The new Lord Chancellor and the rule of law – Richard Harwood QC’s views on Liz Truss’s appointment


Richard Harwood QC gives his view’s on Liz Truss’s appointment as Lord Chancellor in the Global Legal Post: http://www.globallegalpost.com/blogs/commentary/the-new-lord-chancellor-and-the-rule-of-law-82606864/    

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