Upper Tribunal clarifies whether a Right of Appeal to the FTT arises where, in a human rights claim, indefinite leave to remain is refused but limited leave is granted

Monthly Archives: 22nd April 2020

Upper Tribunal clarifies whether a Right of Appeal to the FTT arises where, in a human rights claim, indefinite leave to remain is refused but limited leave is granted


In R(Mujahid) v First Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) & Secretary of State for the Home Department (refusal of human rights claim) [2020] UKUT 85 (IAC) the President of… Read more »

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Covid-19 Insurance Insights


Many businesses and professional practices have been and will be affected by the Covid-19 outbreak. They are seeking advice upon and making claims in respect of insurance cover (or the… Read more »

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Challenging government action in commercial operations in the time of COVID-19


This webinar will cover: Judicial review: what can it offer? How does it work? Cost effective strategies Human rights remedies Impact of public law principles on negotiating/changing contracts now: opportunities… Read more »

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Managing Injury Litigation in a Pandemic


In this webinar, Susan Rodway QC, joint head of the 39 Essex Chambers Civil Liability Group, and Sadie Crapper will discuss: The current state of the market Medico-legal work during… Read more »

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New edition of Planning Enforcement by Richard Harwood QC


The 3rd Edition of Richard Harwood’s book Planning Enforcement is being published this month by Bloomsbury Professional.  Established as the standard work the 2nd Edition was published in 2013. The… Read more »

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NHS Procurement: Urgent Direct Awards, Variation and Abandonment Post COVID-19


NHS bodies have been at the forefront of the Government’s response to the unprecedented public health challenge presented by Covid-19. The health service has had to undertake procurement at a… Read more »

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Coronavirus & Arbitration: Institutional Responses, Challenges and Practical Tips (Part One)


Introduction The ongoing global pandemic created by Covid-19 (‘coronavirus’) has led to unprecedented restrictions on how we conduct our professional lives. In a matter of weeks, businesses around the world… Read more »

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Mental Capacity Report – April 2020


Welcome to the April 2020 Mental Capacity Report. Highlights this month include: (1) In the Health, Welfare and Deprivation of Liberty Report: the DHSC emergency guidance on MCA and DoLS,… Read more »

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Health, Welfare and Deprivation of Liberty Report – April 2020


In the Health, Welfare and Deprivation of Liberty Report: the DHSC emergency guidance on MCA and DoLS, the Court of Protection on contact and COVID-19, treatment escalation and best interests,… Read more »

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Property and Affairs Report – April 2020


In the Property and Affairs Report: the Golden Rule in (in)action and the PG’s ‘rapid response’ search facility for NHS and social care staff to access the register of deputies… Read more »

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