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- Deangate Ltd v Hatley & Ors (Practice and Procedure), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, March 26, 2015,  UKEAT 0389_14_2603
Three claimants completed forms of application for fee remission some days after submitting their claims on line. The Respondent argued that the ET should have rejected the claims, as it was obliged to do by rule 11 of its Rules of Procedure since the applications for remission could not be said to ``accompany'' the claim as the rule required, and...
- Foster v The Secretary of State for Justice, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, March 26, 2015,  EWCA Civ 281
1. This is the latest in a line of cases concerning the rights of prisoners to an oral hearing prior to an adverse decision affecting their prospective liberty or the conditions in which they are detained. This case concerns the recall to prison of a prisoner released on Home Detention Curfew (HDC) and is based on the contention that the common la...
- ITV Broadcasting Ltd & Ors v TVCatchup Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, March 26, 2015,  EWCA Civ 204
1. There are before the court two appeals from those parts of the judgment of Floyd J (as he then was) given on 18 July 2011 and his consequential order which concern the scope of the defence provided by s.73 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (``the CDPA''). He held that the defence applies in respect of the retransmission by the defe...
- Re B (Child) (Relocation: Sweden), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, March 26, 2015,  EWCA Civ 286
1. On 21 November 2014, Mostyn J made an order permitting the mother of a five year old girl, N, to remove her permanently from this country to live in Sweden. N's father appealed against that order. At the conclusion of the appeal hearing, we dismissed his appeal and said that we would give our reasons in due course. My reasons are set out in this...
- EF v AB & Ors (Practice and Procedure : Restricted Reporting Order), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, March 25, 2015,  UKEAT 0525_13_2503
The Employment Tribunal erred in refusing to extend Restricted Reporting Orders in respect of a Respondent to Employment Tribunal proceedings and a non-party. They failed to carry out the assessment of comparative importance of the Article 8 and Article 10 rights engaged in respect of each of the Appellants. Further, the matters the Employment Tr...
- Viridor Waste v Edge (Unfair Dismissal : Reasonableness of dismissal), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, March 25, 2015,  UKEAT 0393_14_2503
The Claimant suffered from a long standing chronic degenerative condition of his spine, particularly affecting his neck. After being absent from work for some ten months in 2011, he sought ill health retirement, which was recommended by doctors on the basis of his description to them of the symptoms from which he suffered. Within two weeks of the...
- Littlejohns, R (on the application of) v Devon County Council & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, March 24, 2015,  EWHC 730 (Admin)
1. The Claimants have applied for judicial review of the decision dated 28 May 2014, made by the Defendant, in its capacity as commons registration authority (``the Authority''), refusing the Claimants' application to register rights of common under the Commons Act 2006 (``CA 2006''). 2. The Claimants are farmers and landowners in Devon, who clai...
- Radeke v General Dental Council, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, March 24, 2015,  EWHC 778 (Admin)
2. In 2012, things went disastrously wrong when one of his patients died in the aftermath of his treatment. He was subsequently investigated for alleged misconduct arising out of this and two other cases. 3. On 31 July 2014, the Professional Conduct Committee (``the Panel'') of the General Dental Council (``GDC'') determined that Dr Radeke's name s...
- Birdlip Ltd v Hunter & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, March 24, 2015,  EWHC 808 (Ch)
2. Birdlip is the owner of Little Orchards. Mr and Mrs Hunter are the owners of Ashlea. As can be seen from Birdlip's Land Registry Plan, part of Little Orchards' southern boundary is Ashlea's northern boundary. The properties are accordingly adjoining. 3. On 9th August 2012 Birdlip was granted planning permission to build two new detached dwelling...
- Public Company Rise v Nibulon SA, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, March 24, 2015,  EWHC 684 (Comm)
1. The Claimants (``Sellers'') appeal under section 69 of the Arbitration Act 1996 against an Award dated 23 April 2014 (``the Award'') made in favour of the Defendants (``Buyers'') by a GAFTA Board of Appeal consisting of Lord Hacking, Mr R. Barber, Mr J. Boerjan, Mr M. Gerrits and Mr B. Clements (``the Appeal Board''). 2. This appeal is conce...