Archbold Review: Environmental Crime at Ambridge

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Archbold Review: Environmental Crime at Ambridge


Stephen Tromans QC has recently published an article in Archbold Review on the fictitious case of Environment Agency v Brian Aldridge. ‘The strapline of “The Archers” used to be “an… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Stephen Tromans QC Date

Journal of Environmental Law: Significant UK Environmental Law Cases 2018–19


Stephen Tromans QC, Ned Helme, Adam Boukraa, Katherine Barnes and Stephanie David have provided an overview of significant environmental cases in 2018-2019 for the Journal of Environmental Law. The cases… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Stephen Tromans QC, Ned Helme, Adam Boukraa, Katherine Barnes, Stephanie David Date

Stephen Tromans QC Discusses Clean Air Laws – The Times


Stephen Tromans QC appears in this morning’s The Brief, discussing how ‘British courts could breathe new life into clean air laws’. ‘We are at a crossroads in environmental justice yet… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Stephen Tromans QC Date

Katherine Apps and Stephanie David on a global approach to Safeguarding in Sport (Sport Resolutions July 2019)


Sports safeguarding, the case for a Global Code? In 2004 the World Anti-Doping Code (“WADC”)[1] first entered into force. It sets out common rules and standards for anti-doping testing and… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Katherine Apps, Stephanie David Date

‘Sex and dementia: the intimate minefield of consent in a care home’ – Alex Ruck Keene


Alex Ruck Keene appears in the Guardian to discuss the highly complex issue of consent to sex with regards to individuals suffering from Dementia. To read the full article, please… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Alexander Ruck Keene Date

Arbitration Update – Recent Cases


The Spring edition of TECBAR Review has published an extract from the talk given at the TECBAR Conference on 4 April 2019 reviewing recent developments in arbitration law by Karen… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Karen Gough Date

Caster Semenya – Difficult Policy Decisions and Deference


“I am a woman and I am a world-class athlete. The IAAF will not drug me or stop me from being who I am.” – Caster Semenya [1] It is… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Stephanie David Date

A step into the unknown? Rescuing service out of the jurisdiction – Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog


John Denis-Smith’s article ‘A step into the unknown? Rescuing service out of the jurisdiction‘ has been published in April’s edition of the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog. ‘Service out of… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author John Denis-Smith Date

Getting the balance right: female athletics and differences of sex development – CAS’ decision in Caster Semenya


No one can dispute that fairness is integral to sport, but fair to whom? As the International Olympic Charter states as one of its fundamental principles: “The practice of sport… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Stephanie David Date

The Proper Test Of Liability For Dishonest Assistance For Breach Of Trust And Fiduciary Duty: “Dishonesty Means Dishonesty- Objectively”.


In its important decision of Group Seven Ltd & Rheingold Management Incorporated v. (1) Notable Services LLP and (2) Martin Landman [2019] EWCA Civ 614, the Court of Appeal has… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Michael McParland QC Date

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