Naomi Loomes discusses the case of The President of the Methodist Conference v Preston (2013), where the Supreme Court upheld an employment tribunal's decision that a Methodist minister was not an employee.
Naomi Loomes explains the joint cases of Smith, Ellis and Allbutt v Ministry of Defence (2013), where the Supreme Court ruled that families of dead and injured soldiers can proceed with Article 2 breach and negligence claims for death or…
Naomi Loomes examines the decision in the joined cases of Futter and Pitt v The Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs  UKSC 26 regarding the so-called 'morning after pill' for decisions made by discretionary trustees.
Naomi Loomes looks at a recently decided case which discussed whether or not suicide can constitute an offence under Section 20 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861.
Naomi Loomes discusses the recent Supreme Court judgment on the limits of Legal Advice Privilege.
Naomi Loomes discusses the impact of a recent Supreme Court decision on Norwich Pharmacal orders.
Naomi Loomes discusses the effect of European case law on a Supreme Court decision regarding voluntary workers who face discrimination.
Naomi Loomes considers the impact of a recent historical sexual abuse case on the concept of vicarious liability.
Naomi Loomes looks at the fine line between policy and law in the recent case of Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs v Rahmatullah.
The parents of a 24-year-old woman, who was released from hospital hours before she took her own life, won their appeal for damages in negligence in February 2012. Naomi Loomes writes about the Supreme Court decision.