Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: May Teaser

Welcome to the latest Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing which covers the period up to 25 May 2020. Read more

Destitution for child and mother: actual or imminent?

How destitute a child? At more less the same time that the British Prime Minister Mr Johnson was agreeing, under political pressure, that the Home Department should not press ahead with its plans to... Read more

Issues for trail: to agree what you can’t agree

Definition of issues One of the difficulties with family proceedings is that most of the statements of case or pleadings (as they used to be called) – where there are any such documents at all – must... Read more

Control of court evidence

Evidence which could be given orally Waksman J started his short published case management judgment in PCP Capital Partners LLP & Anor v Barclays Bank Plc [2020] EWHC 646 (Comm) (12 March 2020) as... Read more

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: May Teaser

Of these seven cases noted here, the last two raise issues which arise directly from Covid-19 remote hearings. The article deals more fully with fairness and cases effect by the consequences of... Read more

Parental alienation and the influence of cults

Malign influence on welfare of child Two of the more near intractable aspects of welfare decisions on resolving issues between separated parents must be parental alienation and the malign influence... Read more

Bloomsbury IP/IT Briefing: April Teaser

This month’s Briefing includes two important patent judgments in the UK courts, as well as trade mark decisions from the IPEC and the CJEU, as well as information on the impact of the Covid-19... Read more

Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: April Teaser

Welcome to the latest Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing which covers the period up to 24 April 2020. Read more

The LPP ‘iniquity exemption’ and financial provision proceedings

Iniquity and overriding privilege One of the more difficult areas of practice is to identify, in the real world, what may and may not be ‘iniquity’ in relation to legal professional privilege (LPP).... Read more

‘A fair hearing’ and an order in a time of Corvid 19

A message for civil and family proceedings In a Message for Circuit and District Judges sitting in Civil and Family from the Lord Chief Justice, Master of the Rolls and President of the Family... Read more

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