In this episode, Stephen gives an elegy in a country churchyard on the topic of trees.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) called the execution of Iranian wrestler Navid Afkair, “very sad news” and said their thoughts were with his family and friends. Amnesty International were stronger,… Read more »
In this webinar, for Queen Mary University of London, Professor Timothy Lyons QC will give an insight into recent developments in the Brexit saga, affecting trade and taxation. With only… Read more »
The Claimant, a 9 year old girl who suffers from a rare form of spinal muscular atrophy, sought a prescription for a novel form of medication known as Nusinersen. Access… Read more »
The Philippine Institute of Construction Arbitrators and Mediators (PICAM) Construction Arbitration Conference is taking place on 26th November. During a full day’s virtual conference, a panel of distinguished speakers will… Read more »
Stephen Tromans QC, John Pugh-Smith and Christiaan Zwart will present 39 Essex Chambers’ annual Planning and Environmental Law Update for the Northern Region virtually this year via Zoom, focussing on… Read more »
The Court of Appeal had confirmed that where a dispute arises as to payment under an NHS contract then the adjudicator has the discretion to make an award of interest…. Read more »
The Upper Tribunal dismisses the Judicial Review claim in Hessamizar v Secretary of State for the Home Department challenging the Home Secretary’s decision to refuse the Applicant’s application for indefinite… Read more »
In this episode, Richard Harwood QC considers the four different ways of bringing proceedings in the Planning Court and asks whether four should become one.
After the Halliburton judgment, due on Friday 27th November, members of our Commercial, Construction & International Arbitration Group based in London and Singapore discuss, from UK and international perspectives: “Does… Read more »