Case Law Updates

June 25, 2019

Can Brexit Frustrate a Contract?

This article explores the High Court’s decision in Canary Wharf (BP4) T1 Ltd -v- European Medicines Agency [2019] EWHC 335 (Ch), which found that Brexit could not frustrate a […]
June 18, 2019

Supreme Court Offers New Guidance on Libel in the Age of Social Media

In 2012, Mrs Stocker wrote a series of Facebook posts to her ex-husband’s new partner, describing Mr Stocker’s history of domestic violence.  In one of these […]
June 18, 2019

Boris Johnson Escapes Prosecution for £350 million Brussels Claim

It was one of the images that came to define the 2016 Brexit referendum: a large red bus along the side of which were printed the […]
November 8, 2018
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How Medical Negligence Claims Are Changing in the UK

Medical NegligenceAssist.co.uk discuss some of the most recent developments, with regards to current changes in medical negligence claims in the UK.
September 27, 2018
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Diversity in the English Legal System

A historic case will be brought before the Supreme Court in October 2018. Historic, not because of its content or judgement, but because of who is making the judgement. For the first time in the Supreme Court’s history, a case will be heard by a female majority.
August 17, 2018

The Reasonable Man: Subjective or Objective?

The Student Lawyer discusses the case law surrounding the 'Reasonable Man' test. Is this a test that is subjective or objective?
March 19, 2018
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A Closer Look at Pimlico Plumbers v Smith

A landmark ruling on the subject of employment rights is set to be made soon, following the recent hearing of Pimlico Plumbers v Smith in the […]
March 9, 2018
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A closer look at Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police

Nicolas Price explains the recent decision in Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police. He looks into the possible outcomes of a decision that may cause students across the country to go out and buy new textbooks.
January 20, 2017
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Court Ruling Puts Future of the UK’s ‘Snooper’s Charter’ In Doubt

Adam Hughes analyses a ruling made by the European Court of Justice which could challenge the controversial passing of the Investigatory Powers Act