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Public Sector & Human Rights: Education Briefing

One of the key issues now facing the country revolves around when and if schools should reopen. At times the debate has appeared to pit Central Government against Local Authorities, teachers against parents, and doctors against scientists.

Few people, however, have examined…

Public Sector and Human Rights Briefing – May 2020

As we face more time under the shadow of Covid-19, now in this ‘new normal’, many of us are using technology more and seeing the legal issues that are arising out of it/IT.
There have been Data Protection and Human Rights…

Medical Law Briefing – May 2020

Daily life continues to be dominated by the widespread impact of Coronavirus. In this briefing we bring you a round-up of some of the ways in which coronavirus is having an impact on litigation and Medical Law.

Ella Davis and Sarah Prager…

TATLA Newsletter – May 2020

In recent years there has been a substantial body of case law – both at European and domestic level – on the proper scope of Chapter II, Section 4 of recast Brussels I (No 1215/2012): the consumer contracts ground of jurisdiction. The…

Police Law Briefing – April 2020

In our latest Police Law Briefing, 1 Chancery Lane’s Geoffrey Weddell discusses the potential liability of police forces for the contraction of Covid-19 by police officers or staff and Ella Davis provides us with a quick refresher on managing Human Rights Act claims…

TATLA Newsletter – April 2020

One of the (very few) consolations of the present emergency has been the chance to catch up on the great television of years past. I have spent this week bingeing on the BBC’s 1994 adaptation of Middlemarch. My own advancing years have…

Medical Law Briefing – April 2020

What a strange time we find ourselves in. As we are inundated with headlines and statistics daily, I can fully
see how this may be a difficult time to find focus.

But litigation rumbles on in the shadows of the coronavirus…

Personal Injury Briefing – April 2020

This last week has been interesting for Personal Injury lawyers, not only because of the continuing effects of the Coronavirus public health emergency, but also because the Supreme Court has handed down several long awaited judgments that have clarified and developed important…

Property, Chancery and Commercial Group Briefing – March 2020

In this edition:

John Bryant analyses a recent decision on waiver of the right to forfeit which applies known principles to a demand of insurance rent;

Chris Pask looks at the standard the court requires when controlling the conduct of an administrator;

TATLA Newsletter March 2020

In this edition, I have mined the archives (topically, I hope) for some case notes dating back to 2004 when Sarah Prager and I did battle in an appeal arising out of the cancellation of a package holiday to Hong Kong at…

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