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Analysis of MAB (Iraq) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2019] EWCA Civ 1253, by
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iNewHub Jul 14
(Appeal Court Cancels Vacation Over Election Petitions) iNewHub
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Markel Law LLP Jul 15
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Matrix Jul 17
The landmark judgment in Langford v Secretary of State for Defence will affect other major public sector schemes –
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Binghams Solicitors Jul 17
Jack Shepherd: Speedboat killer allowed to flee justice 'without consequence' as judges quash bail conviction
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Ralli Jul 17
Judges rule that comparing the value of a claim and the premium paid is not a measure of reasonableness
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Ralli Solicitors LLP Jul 17
The eyes of lawyers, insurers and costs experts will be fixed on the Court of Appeal for a vital ruling on recovery of costs, reports
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OGR Stock Denton Jul 18
Our Head of Family Department, has featured in today, discussing a judgment concerning cohabiting partners’ rights to Read the full story at
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Binghams Solicitors Jul 19
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SheTalks Jul 19
Successful appeal against sentence at the today. Compliments on my submissions and delivery by Silk and other counsel in court adds to a good morning ✊🏾
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10 King's Bench Walk 19h
10KBW IN THE COURT OF APPEAL: Robert Parkin appears in a case on rights. Read about the case here:
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OBR Jul 14
Legislation to increase the number of ordinary judges in the Court of Appeal from nine to 15 has been approved by the Oireachtas
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TornadoNewsLinker Jul 15
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Cornerstone Barristers Jul 16
Today Ranjit Bhose QC, & will be in the to argue in favour of the legality of the UK's first outside Marie Stopes, created to regulate protests outside the clinic
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Red Lion Chambers Jul 15
Joanna Hardy successful in Court of Appeal has successfully argued that an extended sentence imposed on a teenage appellant for an offence of section 18, causing GBH with intent, was manifestly excessive. Read more here:
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39 Essex Chambers Jul 18
The Court of Appeal gives guidance on the circumstances in which a Medical Practitioners Tribunal (MPT) should adjourn, in the absence of a practitioner. Jenni Richards QC and Alexis Hearnden appear on behalf of the
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MarketForces Africa Jul 15
“Vodacom liable for VAT on services rendered by Non-Resident Company” via MarketForces
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Peter Baker, MA. #SU4B #EuropeNotEU #DefendEurope Jul 19
Interesting, although possibly wise to await the outcome of 's case, currently with . Judiciary may not be inclined to overrule on (possibly through own bias in some cases & an eye on their own careers) but should be prepared to, nonetheless.
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Reed Smith Aviation Jul 19
Read our latest on the ’s decision in Ark Shipping Co LLC v. Silverburn Shipping
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EyeWitness101 Jul 15
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