Government launches independent panel to look at judicial review – Vikram Sachdeva QC and Celina Colquhoun appointed by the Lord Chancellor

Monthly Archives: 31st July 2020

Government launches independent panel to look at judicial review – Vikram Sachdeva QC and Celina Colquhoun appointed by the Lord Chancellor


39 Essex Chambers are delighted to announce that Vikram Sachdeva QC and Celina Colquhoun have been appointed by the Lord Chancellor to an independent panel of 6 experts to look… Read more »

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Lawful development certificate quashed at Brandon railway station


The High Court has quashed a certificate of lawfulness of proposed use or development (CLOPUD) for the construction of a new car park at Brandon railway station.  The scheme involved… Read more »

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The Cumberlege Review: lessons for regulators, manufacturers and the healthcare system


In this webinar, Peter Mant and Stephanie David will discuss practical and legal issues arising out of the report of the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review. There will also… Read more »

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Planning, Environment & Property Newsletter – 30th July 2020


Welcome to this week’s edition of our Planning, Environment and Property newsletter, which is our final offering before we take a break for the holiday season.  We are aiming to… Read more »

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Covid-19 Cases Reach Court


The Administrative Court has heard this week two judicial review claims challenging decisions taken by Government to downgrade statutory entitlements for children and young people during the Covid-19 pandemic. The… Read more »

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39 from 39: Episode 10 – Objectively assessed needs: a matter of judgement or a simple calculation?


In this webinar, Paul Stinchcombe QC and Ned Helme will take a tour of some of the key cases on housing land supply, culminating in the recent Court of Appeal… Read more »

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A change in company law offers new comfort to those who fear being deprived of their personal injury damages by wrongful stripping of corporate assets.


Personal injury practitioners dutifully scanning their daily Lawtels in July may have omitted to read the Supreme Court decision in Sevilleja v. Marex Financial Limited[i], believing that the reference in… Read more »

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Re TPS Investments (UK) Ltd: electronic bundles guidance


Thomson Reuters have published Hannah McCarthy’s latest work for their Dispute Resoluton Blog. The piece covers guidance on electronic bundles: ‘In Re TPS Investments (UK) Ltd, HHJ Hodge QC, sitting… Read more »

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So the Liberty Protection Safeguards are delayed until April 2022 – what should I do now?


In this webinar, Alex Ruck Keene will discuss: what LPS thinking can be incorporated now? what to do about community deprivation of liberty? the missing cohort – what do about… Read more »

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Interview Process and Procedural Unfairness


The Upper Tribunal has published its judgment in R (Jivavichakul) v Entry Clearance Officer. In this Judicial Review claim, Mrs Jivavichakul challenged the Entry Clearance Officer’s decision to refuse her… Read more »

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