Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: April Teaser

Cases  LM v DM (Costs Ruling) [2021] EWFC 28 (12 March 2021), Mostyn J – Applicant for interim financial relief deprived of half of her costs because she did not negotiate openly and reasonably with... Read more

Bloomsbury IP/IT Briefing: March Teaser

This month’s Briefing includes three Court of Appeal judgments, six decisions of the lower courts, two rulings from the CJEU and one from the EPO Enlarged Board of Appeal, as well as a report on the... Read more

Charity Law: Government agrees Law Commission recommendations on changing governing documents for charitable incorporated organisations

The launch of the structure of the charitable incorporated organisation (CIO) in 2013 allowed unincorporated charity trustees to take advantage of the limited liability offered by a company, without... Read more

Company Law: How to embed equality of opportunity into your company’s articles of association

The Equality Act 2010 The introduction of the Equality Act 2010 (EA) initiated a decisive change in how companies, charities, and public bodies implement their equality polices. A raft of equality... Read more

Company Law: Can I hold a company meeting virtually during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Covid-19 has disrupted daily routines and impinged on the work choices for many people. Home working, virtual meetings and utilizing electronic signatures is the new normal; until we get back to the... Read more

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: March Teaser

Case Summaries Re A & B (Children) (Deaf Parent - Assessment and Practice) [2021] EWFC 10 (9 February 2021), Elizabeth Isaacs as a High Court judge – Care order and placement of children aged two and... Read more

Bloomsbury IP/IT Briefing: February Teaser

There was one notable Court of Appeal decision this month, concerning Crown use. In a judgment written by Lord Justice Arnold, the Court reversed the decision of the first instance judge, finding... Read more

Transforming public procurement

Green Paper on reforms to public procurement law after Brexit The Cabinet Office has published its consultation paper for reforms to public procurement law for a post-Brexit Britain, outlining what... Read more

Flying a Kite?

A double page spread in The Times on 1 February consisted almost entirely of negative comments about employment tribunals. The writer, Dominic Kennedy, also floated the idea that we could do without... Read more

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: February Teaser

Case Summaries Salford CC v W & Ors (Religion and Declaration of Looked After Status) [2021] EWHC 61 (Fam) (19 January 2021), MacDonald J (see Public law children below) – The Family Division has... Read more

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