Law Reports

  • Phil ivey
    Law Report

    Gambling

    2 November 2017

    Supreme Court held dishonesty was not an additional legal element of cheating at gambling.

  • Royal mail
    Law Report

    Industrial relations

    1 November 2017

    Queen’s Bench Division granted an injunction to restrain the defendant Communication Workers Union (CWU) from unlawfully calling strike action.

  • Police
    Law Report

    Employment

    1 November 2017

    The Supreme Court, in allowing an appeal against dismissal by the respondent Metropolitan Police Commissioner, held that a tribunal is not barred by the principle of judicial immunity.

  • Newspapers
    Law Report

    Press regulations

    18 October 2017

    Divisional Court dismisses application for judicial review, arguing the defendant had not erred in its decision to grant recognition to the interested party, which regulated number of small or smaller publishers.

  • Immigration removal centre road sign
    Law Report

    Immigration guidance ruled unlawful

    16 October 2017

    Court rules aspects of the defendant Secretary of State’s Adults at Risk in Immigration Detention guidance on the definition of torture were unlawful.

  • IVF treatment
    Law Report

    Damages for breach of contract

    9 October 2017

    Father loses damages claim after former partner faked consent for baby to receive IVF treatment.

  • Royal Courts of Justice
    Law Report

    Environmental costs

    26 September 2017

    High Court ruled the government’s interpretation of rules protecting people bringing environmental law cases against the government from ruinous costs bills requires further review.

  • Michael Barrymore
    Law Report

    False imprisonment

    29 August 2017

    Queen’s Bench Division ruled Michael Barrymore was not lawfully arrested and subsequently able to recover damages from police.

  • Royal Courts of Justice
    Law Report

    Criminal justice

    22 August 2017

    Court of Appeal allowed the defendant optometrist’s appeal against conviction and quashed her conviction for an offence of gross negligence manslaughter.

  • Appealcourtcrisis
    Law Report

    Immigration

    15 August 2017

    Court of Appeal give guidance on the general approach to be adopted in law and practice by the tribunals to the fair determination of claims for asylum from children, young people and other incapacitated or vulnerable persons whose ability to effectively participate in proceedings might be limited.