Blurred lines? Deportation of EU citizens under the EEA regulations

Case summary: Secretary of State for the Home Department v Jacek Straszewski and Darius Kersys [2015] EWCA Civ 1245  [Disclaimer: I […]

No human rights claims in EEA appeals without Home Office approval, says Court of Appeal

Case summary: TY (Sri Lanka) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] EWCA Civ 1233 The Court of Appeal […]

The Consumer Rights Act 2015: implications for property law

On 26 March 2015, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (‘the Act’) received Royal Assent. The main provisions of the Act come […]

How events in Geneva could re-define the future of business

From 6 till 10 July, government officials and a range of other participants will gather in the Palais des Nations, […]

Supreme Court rules on ‘social cleansing’ case

The Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that controversial out-of-borough housing placements for homeless persons may be unlawful where decision makers fail to follow statutory […]

The Modern Slavery Act 2015: analysis

Much fanfare greeted the passage of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (‘MSA 2015’), hailed by the government as an “historic […]

The battle of Balcombe: legal challenge to fracking dismissed

[This article first appeared in the Nottingham Law Society’s February 2015 Bulletin. I’ve re-posted it here for reference.] Hydraulic fracturing, (or […]

7 tips for the BBC investigation into Clarkson’s ‘punch’

He attracts adoration and loathing in roughly equal measure. Jeremy Clarkson’s suspension from Top Gear after allegations that he punched […]

Are you worthy… (of relief)?

Case note: Home Group Ltd v Marie Matrejek [2015] EWHC 441 (QB) The 3-stage approach to an application for relief […]