Alexander Burrell successful in application for permission to appeal before the DIFC Court of Appeal

Monthly Archives: 29th June 2021

Alexander Burrell successful in application for permission to appeal before the DIFC Court of Appeal

Alexander Burrell, working with Horizons & Co Law Firm, has been successful in an application for permission to appeal before the DIFC Court of Appeal, in the case of RaDa… Read more »

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39 from 39, Series 3 Episode 11 – “Cut your neighbour down to size?”

39 Essex Chambers presents a series of Planning and Environment related webinars Each webinar will offer approximately 39 minutes of in-depth analysis of carefully selected current planning and environment related… Read more »

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The test of whether statements made are antisemitic is objective: intention and character are not relevant to their assessment

Fenella Morris QC acted for the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care in a successful appeal against a decision of the General Pharmaceutical Council’s Fitness to Practise Committee… Read more »

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Chambers shortlisted for the British Claims Awards 2021

Chambers is delighted to have been shortlisted for ‘Barristers Chambers of the Year’ at the British Claims Awards 2021. The Awards champion claims as a service across insurance and the… Read more »

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“No Go Lugano”: the EU formally withholds it’s consent to the UK joining the Lugano Convention 2007

The European Commission has formally rejected the UK’s application to accede to the Lugano Convention on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of civil and commercial matters that was concluded… Read more »

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High Court Makes Important Ruling on Agricultural Buildings

This week the High Court (Lang J) handed down judgment in the case of R (Smolas) v Herefordshire Council [2021] EWHC 1663 (Admin). She applied the recent Court of Appeal… Read more »

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Infected Blood Inquiry Hearings

The Infected Blood Inquiry continues to hear evidence from a wide range of witnesses including clinicians, politicians, campaigners, infected and affected individuals, into what has been called the worst treatment… Read more »

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The Supreme Court moves with the times – reasonable damages for surrogacy arrangements are recoverable: An Analysis of Whittington Hospital NHS Trust (Appellant) v XX (Respondent) [2020] UKSC 14

On 1 April 2020, the Supreme Court handed down a majority judgment, led by Lady Hale, in Whittington Hospital NHS Trust (Appellant) v XX (Respondent)[1] determining the recoverability of damages for surrogacy… Read more »

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Planning Enforcement Time Limits and Revocation of Certificates of Lawfulness

In R (Ocado) v Islington LBC [2021] EWHC 1509 (Admin), Holgate J considered what he described as “important issues of planning law” relating firstly to the calculation of the 10… Read more »

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The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: a new world with new rules (British Tax Review)

This article by Timothy Lyons QC was first published for British Tax Review Issue 1, 2021, by Sweet & Maxwell Limited and is reproduced by agreement with the Publishers. Please… Read more »

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