Judicial Deprivation Liberty Authorisations

Monthly Archives: 27th July 2020

Judicial Deprivation Liberty Authorisations

This guide provides guidance as to the process for applying for judicial authorisation of deprivation of liberty, including the requirements set down in the COP DOL11 form.  It was last… Read more »

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WEBINAR: Tales of Conflict and the Role of Mediation

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What approach should be taken to the proper law of an arbitration agreement?

This article provides brief thoughts in the lee of the Supreme Court’s hearings of the appeals in Enka and Kabab-Ji[1] on various potential approaches, or emphases of approach, to the issue of determining the… Read more »

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The Current Position on the Proper Law of an Arbitration Agreement

English cases The method of determining the proper law of an arbitration agreement has not yet been considered by the highest court in this jurisdiction. Two cases have touched on… Read more »

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Outlook (July 2020): a roundup of news and views from the 39 Essex Commercial and Construction Group

Welcome to the July 2020 edition of Outlook, a roundup of news and views from the 39 Essex Commercial and Construction Group. Starting on Monday 27 July, the UK Supreme Court… Read more »

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Planning, Environment & Property Newsletter – 23rd July 2020

Welcome to this week’s Planning, Environment and Property newsletter.  With so much happening (and at such a pace), it is difficult to know where to start!  New Use Classes; new… Read more »

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Judgment Handed Down in Dutta v General Medical Council

Warby J heard a judicial review challenge to the decision of the GMC’s Case Examiner to refer allegations to the Medical Practitioners Tribunal (MPT) (“the 2009 allegations”), alongside a statutory… Read more »

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Practical procurement tips in light of the changing landscape brought about by COVID-19

In this webinar, one of a weekly series by Chambers’ Public Law Group, Parishil Patel QC, Katherine Apps and Philippe Kuhn will discuss: Modifications to existing contracts without needing to re-procure Abandoning… Read more »

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39 Essex Chambers Education Newsletter – July 2020

In the July edition of our Education newsletter, our newest member Ian Brownhill considers what the start of the new term will be like for University Students this year, in… Read more »

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Daniel Laking Joins Chambers

We are delighted to announce that Daniel Laking has joined Chambers, having moved from Temple Garden Chambers. Daniel has a broad civil practice, and specialises principally in the fields of… Read more »

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