David Sawtell’s analysis of the development implications of the recent Court of Appeal decision in Fearn and others v Board of the Trustees of the Tate Gallery [2020] EWCA Civ 104

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David Sawtell’s analysis of the development implications of the recent Court of Appeal decision in Fearn and others v Board of the Trustees of the Tate Gallery [2020] EWCA Civ 104


A room with a (Tate Modern) view? The development implications of the Court of Appeal decision in Fearn and others v Board of the Trustees of the Tate Gallery [2020]… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author David Sawtell Date

Destination: Net Zero – Airport Expansion and Climate Change (Gethin Thomas for the ELF Blog)


In this article for the Environmental Law Foundation Blog, Gethin Thomas considers the implications of the Net Zero target enshrined in the Climate Change Act 2008 for regional airport expansion…. Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Gethin Thomas Date

Immunity from jurisdiction under the Brussels I Regulation in a civil action for disasters at sea?


Is a maritime classification society immune from jurisdiction under the Brussels I Regulation in respect of a civil action for damages brought by victims of a maritime disaster? This was… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Michael McParland QC Date

Finding of fundamental dishonest against claimant and defendant driver (Wise v Hegarty and Alpha Insurance)


Personal injury analysis: Convincing telematics evidence, coupled with evidence of social media links between the claimant and defendant, was sufficient for a road traffic accident claim to be dismissed and… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Emily Formby Date

The delicate equilibrium between the international and the domestic, the private and the public in sports regulation – does the Australian Sports Tribunal provide an answer? (Sport Resolutions, December 2019)


Paul Hayes QC and Stephanie David on ‘The delicate equilibrium between the international and the domestic, the private and the public in sports regulation – does the Australian Sports Tribunal… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Stephanie David, Paul Hayes QC Date

Off to Luxembourg again: Anti-Suit Injunctions and a “Right to be Sued” in your own domicile (Part Deux)


I have written previously about the 23 July 2019 decision of Lavender J. in Gray v Hurley [2019] EWHC 1972 (QB), in which the English court was asked by an… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Michael McParland QC Date

VAT in the UK after Brexit – Timothy Lyons QC (Tijdschrift voor Fiscaal Recht (TFR))


Timothy Lyons QC’s article ‘VAT in the UK after Brexit’ has been published in Belgian journal Tijdschrift voor Fiscaal Recht. Please click here to view the article (please note that… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Timothy Lyons QC BL Date

Billing lawyers: Bar Association Fees and Cross-Border Litigation in Europe


On 5 December 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) handed down its judgment in the interesting case of Ordre des avocate du barreau de Dinant v… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Michael McParland QC Date

Public law and regulators – the facts speak for themselves?


Duncan Sinclair acted in the successful judicial review of Ofgem British Gas Trading Ltd v GEMA [2019] EWHC 3048 for interested party npower. This past 12 months he was instructed… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Duncan Sinclair Date

Mental Capacity Guidance Note: Deprivation Of Liberty In The Hospital Setting


The law governing the deprivation of a person’s liberty in a hospital can be complex. In every case it involves (or should involve) consideration of the question of what amounts… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Victoria Butler-Cole QC, Neil Allen, Alexander Ruck Keene, Nicola Kohn Date

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