Read Andrea Biondi’s blog post for EU Law Enforcement on the ‘EU Response to Covid-19’ here.
The Court of Appeal in Dhillon v Barclays Bank Plc and the Chief Land Registrar  EWCA Civ 619 has recently given judgment in an important case involving the rectification… Read more »
Overview The COVID-19 pandemic has led to closures and widespread disruption to business – resulting in substantial financial loss. Many policyholders have made claims for these losses under their Business… Read more »
The scale of the government’s furlough scheme (“CJRS”), announced on 20 March 2020, has been enormous. As of 14 June 2020, approximately 9.1 million jobs from 1.1 million employers were… Read more »
Dove J handed down judgment on 22 June 2020 in the case of R (Martin) v Folkestone and Hythe District Council  EWHC 1614 (Admin), which considered the reliance on… Read more »
The resolution of disputes by means of adjudication is a central feature of the construction industry. It has generated a substantial body of case law. However, issues of construction adjudication… Read more »
This purpose of this document is to provide for social workers and those working in front-line clinical settings a brief overview of the law and principles relating to the assessment… Read more »
The High Court has ruled, for the first time, whether members of the public can write to councillors, and whether councillors can read those letters in advance of taking decisions…. Read more »
Steve Broach and Gethin Thomas consider the latest changes to SEN duties during the Covid-19 pandemic in this article. Click here to read in full.
Public authorities are playing a central role in the Government’s response to the challenges brought about by Covid-19. Enormous sums of public money are being made available to support supplier… Read more »