When pets attack: of puppies, kittens and being careful what you ask for – Practical Law Blog

Monthly Archives: 15th December 2016

When pets attack: of puppies, kittens and being careful what you ask for – Practical Law Blog


John Denis-Smith’s blog on proposals to create a questionnaire database of international arbitrators, “When Pets Attack, of Puppies and Kittens”, has been published and can be read here. This piece… Read more »

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Planning Law Conference 2017


Topics to be covered by speakers include: Appeal practice and caselaw Local and Neighbourhood Plans The Housing White Paper Community Infrastructure Levy Air Quality – an impediment to development Environmental… Read more »

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Jonathan Darby successfully acts in committal hearing relating to unauthorised work to a listed building


Jonathan Darby recently acted for Huntingdonshire District Council in a committal application that resulted in the owner of Manor Farmhouse, High Street, Spaldwick being found guilty of contempt of court… Read more »

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Are Oral Variations worth the paper they aren’t written on – John Denis-Smith, Practical Law Construction Blog.


John Denis-Smith’s blog “Are Oral Variations worth the paper they aren’t written on” can be read on the Practical Law Website here. It covers three 2016 cases which have establish… Read more »

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Saima Hanif contributes to a FMLC paper on Brexit and English governing law and jurisdiction


The FMLC has issued a paper addressing the legal uncertainty likely to arise in the context of cross-border commercial litigation in consequence of Brexit. It examines the situation with regard… Read more »

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A big week for the Mental Capacity Act


In the most important week for the Mental Capacity Act in several years, two critical aspects of the law in this area will be under scrutiny in the week of… Read more »

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Trade Negotiations post Brexit – “A new frontier for Environmental Law” Stephen Tromans QC


UKELA – the UK Environmental Law Association – has been exploring what the implications of UK trade negotiations for environmental law after Brexit might be. An event held this week… Read more »

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Timothy Lyons QC participates in Law Society Gazette Roundtable: Brexit


Timothy Lyons QC has participated in the Law Society Gazette’s roundtable on Brexit. The roundtable follows a highly controversial High Court judgment which determined that only parliament can trigger article… Read more »

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Stephen Tromans QC in ground-breaking Aarhus Compliance Case


Stephen Tromans QC acted pro bono (instructed by Hugh James, also acting pro bono) for the Environmental Law Foundation (ELF) on a communication to the Compliance Committee under the Aarhus Convention… Read more »

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Stephen Tromans QC appointed Fellow of Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance


Stephen Tromans QC has been appointed a Fellow of the prestigious Cambridge University Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance. Based in the Cambridge Department of Land Economy, where Stephen… Read more »

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