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Judge was correct to find administrators had adopted contracts of employees who had consented to be furloughed.
Court provides guidance on correct approach to identification of perpetrator as result of alleged ill-treatment from pool of perpetrators.
Court held employee’s wrongful conduct not so closely connected with acts he was authorised to do that it could fairly be regarded as done by him while acting in ordinary course of employment.
Court held it had not been appropriate for judge to make injunctive-type orders against vulnerable adult.
Court refers questions to CJEU in dispute concerning available means of challenging a decision that a slaughtered carcass was unfit for human consumption.
Court held it was not appropriate to exercise discretion on application to sanction a scheme for transfer of annuity policies to a new company.
Court refers appellant’s appeal against respondent tour operator for damages, in circumstances where she had been raped and assaulted by hotel employee, to CJEU.
Court held that claimant required ’social support’ as he needed someone trained or experienced in assisting people to engage in social situations.
Mother’s appeal against findings of fact made against her in care proceedings, made on basis of fresh evidence suggesting her account of events had been plausible, was dismissed.
Disclosures made by defendants about MI5’s handling procedures did not establish that the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 was incompatible with European Convention on Human Rights.
Court’s conclusion that Italian national had not acquired right by date of decision to deport him was correct.
Wife’s application for a reporting restrictions order to protect identity of son was appropriate in ‘exceptional case’.
Court held that planning permission granted in 2014 had to be seen through the eyes of ‘the reasonable reader’.
Guidance permitting refusal to accept boy’s assertion he was 18 was unlawful.
Divisional Court quashes judge’s decision that there was a proper case to issue a summons against Boris Johnson for three offences of misconduct in public office.
Supreme Court held that words in clause containing restrictive covenants in employee’s contract should be severed and removed.
Right to make representations is an appropriate alternative remedy which the taxpayer could and should exhaust before bringing judicial review proceedings.
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