Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: May Teaser

Top five cases Stocker v Stocker [2019] UKSC 17 (3 April 2019) – A woman was entitled to be protected from defamation proceedings by a former abuser (her husband). She has rights, based on freedom... Read more

The Nicholas Wall Memorial Lecture 2019 - 'The Children Act 1989: 30 Years On'


Entire agreement clauses, misrepresentation and construction

Purpose of the clause An entire agreement clause is intended to exclude representations, promises, statements and assurances made before a contract is signed. The aim is to ensure that any matter... Read more

Immigration Law (29 April – 13 May)

Immigration News Funding boost for councils looking after asylum seeking children GOV.UK – 8 May Immigration Minister, Caroline Nokes, has announced a funding boost of over £30 million for local... Read more

Family Law (29 April – 13 May)

Family News Council halt plans to take children from couple who displayed gender identity issues Care Appointments – 9 May Plans for Lancashire County Council to take children from a foster couple, Read more

IP & IT Law (22 April – 6 May)

IP & IT News Life-saving kidney delivered by drone BBC News – 2 May The US has become the first country to have a life-saving kidney delivered to a hospital by drone. The drone was... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (22 April – 6 May)

Employment News Employees’ reluctance to find new jobs is driving down wages, says ONS People Management – 30 April Recent analysis from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has suggested that... Read more

Bloomsbury IP & IT Briefing: April Teaser

It has been a busy few weeks for IP cases in the UK. At the end of March, the UK Supreme Court delivered its judgment in Actavis Group PTC EHF & Ors v ICOS Corp & Anor [2019] UKSC 15, providing... Read more

New European Electronic Communications Code means the application of the ePrivacy Directive to OTTs

The ePrivacy Directive (formally ‘Directive 2002/58/EC’) establishes specific rules on privacy for the electronic communications sector, such as limiting the use of traffic and location data and... Read more

Family Law (15 April – 29 April)

Family News Mother of murder victim calls for domestic abuse register Family Law Week – 25 April The mother of Jayden Parkinson has called for a domestic abuse register, after her daughter was... Read more

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