Series 2, Episode 5: E-scooters one year on – are we any further forward?

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Series 2, Episode 5: E-scooters one year on – are we any further forward?

In this episode we return to the topic of E-scooters, one of Caroline Hall’s favourite topics.  She and Emily Formby QC chat through what has happened in the e-scooter world… Read more »

CategoryWheel Life, Podcasts & Other Media Author Emily Formby QC Date

Energy Regulation: A Legal Update

Chaired by Stephen Tromans QC, with contributions from Nigel Pleming QC, Daniel Stedman Jones and Katherine Barnes, 39 Essex Chambers is hosting a webinar via Zoom on energy regulation for… Read more »

CategoryWebinars Author Nigel Pleming QC, Stephen Tromans QC, Daniel Stedman Jones, Katherine Barnes Date

High Court Finds Government’s National Disability Strategy Unlawful

Mr Justice Griffiths has allowed a claim for judicial review brought by four disabled people challenging the Government’s recently published National Disability Strategy (“the Strategy”) on the basis that: (i)… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Steve Broach , Katherine Barnes Date

Inspector decides not to confirm CPO sought by London Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (‘MOPAC’) at Perivale

On 20 January 2022 the Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State issued her decision in respect of a CPO promoted by the  MOPAC declining to confirm it. The land… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Richard Harwood OBE QC, Richard Wald QC, Celina Colquhoun, Christiaan Zwart Date

Rapid Response Guidance Note: Vaccination and Mental Capacity

The Court of Protection team has been asked to advise on a number of occasions as to the legal position in relation to vaccination for COVID-19.  They have prepared, and… Read more »

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

Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy Refuses Electricity Interconnector Infrastructure DCO

On the 20th January 2022, the Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy REFUSED consent for a development consent order (“DCO”), under the Planning Act 2008, for the… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Christiaan Zwart Date

AQUIND Interconnector DCO Decision Secretary of State Refusal 20 January 2022 

On 20 January the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Kwasi Kwarteng issued his decision under the Planning Act 2008 to refuse AQUIND Ltd’s application for a… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Celina Colquhoun Date

Success in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2022 Rankings

Chambers is delighted that twelve members have been ranked in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2022 Guide, released this week. Chambers has also been listed as a Tier 1 set… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Paul Darling OBE QC, Adrian Hughes QC, Charles Manzoni QC, Peter Rees QC, Marion Smith QC, David Bateson *, Jonathan Bellamy, Loretta Malintoppi (Rome), Steven Lim, Ben Olbourne, David Hopkins, Denys Hickey Date

Katherine Apps writes in Local Government Lawyer on PSED: can breach be remedied?

Is it possible to remedy a breach of the public sector equality duty? In Metropolitan Housing Trust Ltd v TM [2021] EWCA Civ 1890 [hyperlink to ] the Court… Read more »

CategoryArticles, News Author Katherine Apps Date

Jon Darby appointed to the FA General Appeals Panel and Ian Brownhill and Daniel Kozelko appointed to the FA Safeguarding Panel

We are pleased to announce that Jonathan Darby has been appointed to the FA General Appeals Panel for a three-year term. The Appeals Panel is responsible for hearing disciplinary and… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Ian Brownhill , Jonathan Darby, Daniel Kozelko Date

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