Genevieve Screeche-Powell represented the London Borough of Tower Hamlets which successfully defended its decision in a case concerning intentional homelessness and domestic violence.
Genevieve Screeche-Powell is representing the local authority in a Court of Appeal case concerning intentional homelessness and domestic violence.
Sarah McKeown defended the successful local authority in a claim for judicial review concerning planning permission. Permission to bring the claim had been refused on the papers and the claimant requested an oral hearing to renew his application for permission to bring a judicial review.
Public law barrister Francis Hoar appeared before a House of Lords Select Committee today to give his views on the Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013.
Professor Bill Bowring’s expert evidence on the Russian legal system was preferred by the court in the case of MB & Services Limited and Tatiana Golovina and United Company Rusal Plc. Bill who advises on Russian law…
Bloomsbury Professional has published the 2nd edition of Francis Wilkinson and Dr Sara Hunton’s ‘Costs in Family Proceedings’. Francis and Sara have fully updated their 2015 guide to the law, precedents and practice of costs and funding in all family proceedings. The only book of its kind available…
Hashim Reza successfully defended a claim based on judgments in favour of Strategic Technologies Pte Ltd against the Ministry of National Defence of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
The Ministry of National Defence had applied on various grounds to set aside an English-registered judgment arising out of non-compliance with a contract for military equipment. Its application also requested that enforcement proceedings against it to be stayed. That application raised many issues, some of which involved questions of law on which there had not been any previous English authority.
Sarah Salmon and Christopher McCarthy represent the tenants in Jarvis v Evans. The case raises a narrow but important point about the provisions of the Housing (Wales) Act 2014.
Upper Tribunal Judge Coker oversaw some interesting discussions during the Age Assessment Forum we held in partnership with Doughty Street Chambers earlier this week. Applicant and respondent representatives gave their views on current practice and procedure in local authority age assessment cases in the Upper Tribunal and suggested improvements. The event was attended by more […]
Mark Baumohl is representing the local authority today in the Court of Appeal case of Al Ahmed v the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The case concerns what constitutes a ‘good reason’ for extending the time limit to file a s. 204 appeal notice under the Housing Act 1996.