The new climate – high safety fines continue

The largest fine imposed on an organisation for a health and safety offence, following the introduction in February 2016 of the Sentencing Council’s Health and Safety Offences, Corporate... Read more

Bloomsbury International Arbitration Briefing: June Teaser

Case Summaries Ceta Opinion - Opinion 1/17 [European Union] Read more

Family Law (31 May – 14 June)

Family News End to divorce ‘blame game’ moves closer Gov.UK – 13 June The landmark Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill introduced by Justice Secretary David Gauke on 13 June, as the UK gets... Read more

Immigration Law (31 May – 14 June)

Immigration News More than half of immigration appeals now successful, figures show The Independent – 13 June According to recent government figures, 52% of Home Office immigration decisions are... Read more

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: June Teaser

Top five cases N (Children) [2019] EWCA Civ 903 (22 May 2019) – Father’s appeal against Hayden J’s refusal to review an earlier Children Act 1989, s 91(14) order allowed, where no proper notice of... Read more

Corporate governance as a tool for social justice

In order to achieve social justice many lawyers think that they have to work at a legal clinic or a firm that focuses on human rights. While these options are noteworthy and commendable there are... Read more

IP & IT Law (17 May – 31 May)

IP & IT News Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg 'survives' leadership vote BBC News – 31 May Shareholder’s of social media giant, Facebook, had the opportunity to vote on Mark Zuckerberg’s leadership this... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (17 May – 31 May)

Employment News Failing to enhance pay for shared parental leave is not sex discrimination Lewis Silkin – 28 May Lewis Silkin discuss two cases of sex discrimination in relation to shared parental... Read more

Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: May Teaser

In the news this month, at time of writing, Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation after failing to successfully push her Brexit deal through Parliament. The status quo is that the... Read more

Bloomsbury IP & IT Briefing: May Teaser

The past month has seen some unusual decisions in IP and IT cases from courts in the UK and EU, including a jail sentence being imposed in a trade mark/passing off case, a thorough analysis of the... Read more

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