The case involved an appeal by a father in relation to an order made in private law proceedings restricting his contact to indirect only and restricting his exercise of parental responsibility.
The case concerned an appeal by a local authority against the discharging of care orders in respect of two girls, aged 9 and 7. The orders were made in January 2020 in the context of physical abuse allegations against a child of their mother’s then-partner.
Cobb J allowed an appeal against an order of HHJ Hughes QC refusing to discharge a non-molestation order granted in 2016, and her substitution of an order that was to ‘continue indefinitely’.
On appeal from the High Court of Justice Family Division, McCombe, King, and Peter Jackson LJJ consider the procedural route when the vaccination of a child in care is disputed.
An appeal by a great-aunt against care and placement orders made in May 2019 concerning a two year old boy. Appeal allowed.
The case concerned an appeal against a committal of the appellant mother who had failed to comply with orders to return the parties’ children to Mexico.
When the Supreme Court handed down their recent decision in Lee v Ashers Baking Co Ltd, there was an outcry from many. How could what happened not be discrimination? The Appeal Mr Lee had approached Ashers Bakery intending to use its customised ‘Build-a-Cake’ service. He wanted a cake decorated with an image of the cartoon […]
Hopes were high that the Supreme Court’s judgment in Pimlico Plumbers would provide definitive guidance for practitioners advising clients who are involved in the gig economy. However, whilst the case undoubtedly provides some helpful instruction, the court resisted the opportunity to fully explore and provide definitive guidance as to the approach to take in this […]