A most expensive trip to the supermarket: “the use of vehicles” under the Motor Insurance Directives (Michael McParland QC)

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A most expensive trip to the supermarket: “the use of vehicles” under the Motor Insurance Directives (Michael McParland QC)


On 15 November 2018, in case C-648/17 BTA Baltic Insurance Company, the European Court of Justice (“CJEU”) ruled on whether the concept of the “use of vehicles” in the Motor… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Michael McParland QC Date

Family seeks court’s approval for administration of treatment (Gethin Thomas writes for Lexis Nexis)


In this article for Lexis Nexis, Gethin Thomas considers the case of University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v KG which dealt with an application to grant authority to… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Victoria Butler-Cole, Gethin Thomas Date

“Deal or No Deal”— Protecting English Choice of Court Agreements in the Post-Brexit World: The UK and the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements – Michael McParland QC


English choice of court agreements are a key component of the UK’s success as a leading centre for intentional dispute resolution. The first week of November 2018 has seen the… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Michael McParland QC Date

IAAF and Hyperandrogenism: a human rights perspective (Fenella Morris QC and Alexis Hearnden write for Sport Resolutions)


Fenella Morris QC and Alexis Hearnden from 39 Essex Chambers look into the IAAF’s new eligibility regulations for the Female Classification (Athletes with Differences of Sexual Development) from a human rights perspective… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Fenella Morris QC, Alexis Hearnden Date

How has the EU shaped the UK’s tax landscape – Timothy Lyons QC (Tax Journal)


This article was first published in the Tax Journal on Monday 29th October 2018. In 1973, when the UK acceded to the EU, the new legal order profoundly affected the… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Timothy Lyons QC BL Date

Electoral law: unfit for the 21st century (Counsel Magazine November 2018)


With democracy at risk there’s no excuse for legislative inaction, argue Alison Foster QC, Tom Tabori and Gethin Thomas who make the case for reform and put forward proposals for change, in the November issue… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Alison Foster QC, Tom Tabori, Gethin Thomas Date

LexisNexis Webinar: Equality duties and gender pay gap reporting: legal update and practical tips (Katherine Apps)


Katherine Apps has participated in a webinar in conjunction with LexisNexis on “Equality duties and gender pay gap reporting: legal update and practical tips”. The webinar provides an update on… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Katherine Apps Date

Fenella Morris QC comments on The Times’ Essay mills row: how to treat a student cheat


Fenella Morris QC has commented on The Times’ article on the “Essay mills row: how to treat a student cheat”, which was published on the 4th October 2018. “OK, I’ll… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Fenella Morris QC Date

Land Value Capture – not quite there (Richard Harwood OBE QC)


The Housing, Communities and Local Government has just published its report on Land Value Capture.  It makes welcome comments on planning, viability assessment and strategic infrastructure tariffs.  It does though… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Richard Harwood OBE QC Date

Land value capture: a new consensus – Richard Harwood OBE QC


A new consensus appears to be forming around land value capture, which emphasises the effective working of the planning system. A coalition of interest groups and policy bodies wrote to… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Richard Harwood OBE QC Date

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