Q&A with Susan Singleton

Bloomsbury Professional catch up with author and solicitor, Susan Singleton.  Read more

Family Law (13 September – 27 September)

Family News Transgender man loses court battle to be registered as father The Guardian – 25 September Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division, has ruled that a transgender man who... Read more

Immigration Law (13 September – 27 September)

Immigration News Appellant can remain in UK to pursue EEA appeal even if lodged abroad Free Movement – 26 September Colin Yeo discusses the case of Isufaj (PTA decisions/reasons; EEA reg. 37... Read more

Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: September Teaser

Welcome to the latest Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing which covers the period up to 20 September 2019. This month saw another set of changes to the Immigration Rules along with a small number... Read more

IP & IT Law (6 September – 20 September)

IP & IT News It’s Certifiably Good. Protecting the Planet but can you Protect your Mark? Reddie & Grose – 20 September Reddie & Grose discuss sustainable fashion brands at London Fashion Week and... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (6 September – 20 September)

Employment News Whistleblowing – future disclosures and reasonable belief Farrer & Co – 19 September Rachel Lewis from Farrer & Co discusses the whistleblowing cases of Bilsborough v Berry... Read more

Family Law (30 August – 13 September)

Family News DfE announces major review of SEND system Cypnow – 6 September The government has announced a review of current services available for children with special educational needs or... Read more

Immigration Law (30 August – 13 September)

Immigration News UK work visas for foreign graduates to be extended to two years The Guardian – 10 September The government has reversed Theresa May’s graduate student policy and will be offering... Read more

IP & IT Law (23 August – 6 September)

IP & IT News King's Cross facial-recognition plans revealed by letter BBC News – 3 September Developer’s of King’s Cross Central have stated they want to install facial-recognition software to... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (23 August – 6 September)

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: September Teaser

Top five cases E (Children: Reopening Findings of Fact) [2019] EWCA Civ 1447 (14 August 2019) – A mother urged to apply FPR 2010 Pt 18, back to the trial judge for a fresh hearing on the basis of... Read more

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