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Articles - 5th May 2020

Case management issues in procurement claims

Accessible Orthodontics v National Health Service Commissioning Board In a hearing conducted by...

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Articles - 28th Apr 2020
Articles - 20th Apr 2020

Tribunals & COVID-19 First-tier & Upper Tribunals, and Traffic Commissioners

Much has been said in relation to the steps being taken to keep the criminal and civil courts going,...

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Articles - 16th Apr 2020

COVID-19 – Procedural Updates

Procedural updates alerter by Reanne Mackenzie and Hazel Jackson providing an invaluable round-up...

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News - 9th Apr 2020

Adam Heppinstall involved in arbitration appeal under the Pubs Code

Adam Heppinstall represented the Office of the Pubs Code Adjudicator, which was asked to intervene...

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Articles - 31st Mar 2020

COVID-19 is not the only virus business needs to worry about

As is always the case in times of difficulty and distress there will be those malicious actors who...

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News - 30th Mar 2020

R (Stillmans (Somerset) Ltd and Penny & Sons) v Food Standards Agency [2020] EWHC 703 (Admin)

The High Court (Foster J) upheld two decisions of Food Standards Agency (FSA) to withdraw its...

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Articles - 27th Mar 2020

Possession proceedings and COVID-19

Updated alerter 27 May 2020 With the government ordering people to stay at home during the...

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News - 11th Mar 2020

Adam Heppinstall represented The National Archives and the FCO in an important Upper Tribunal FOIA decision

Adam Heppinstall represented The National Archives and the FCO in an important Upper Tribunal FOIA...

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Articles - 2nd Mar 2020

A policy of indefinite retention of convicts’ biometric data found to be unlawful (Gaughran v United Kingdom)

The Police Service of Northern Ireland had a policy of taking photographs, fingerprints and a DNA...

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News - 2nd Mar 2020

Adam Heppinstall successfully represents Secretary of State for Transport in Channel Tunnel Freedom of Information Case

Adam Heppinstall successfully represents Secretary of State for Transport in Channel Tunnel Freedom...

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Articles - 18th Feb 2020

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