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- England and Wales Care Standards Tribunal
- England and Wales Court of Appeal
- England and Wales High Court of Justice
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- Financial Services and Markets Tribunals
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- House of Lords
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- Upper Tribunal
- Attorney-General v Forsythe-Wilding, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, May 23, 2018,  EWCA Crim 1180
1. This application by H.M. Solicitor-General to refer to this court a sentence which he considers to be unduly lenient was heard by us on 2 May 2018. At the conclusion of the hearing, we announced our decision that we would grant leave, and that we found the sentence passed to have been unduly lenient, but that we declined to interfere with the se...
- Banner Homes Ltd v St Albans City And District Council & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 23, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1187
1. In St Albans in Hertfordshire is an area of open and undeveloped land known as Bedmond Lane Field (the Field). The Field has been owned by Banner Homes Limited (Banner Homes), the appellant, since 1996 and is situated in the Metropolitan Green Belt area. The Field is some 4.83 hectares or 12 acres in extent. It is bisected by two public footpath...
- Clay v TUI UK Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 23, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1177
1. The appellant, Mr Philip Clay, brought a claim for damages for personal injury against the respondent, TUI UK Limited. The appellant's injury was suffered when he fell from a balcony at the hotel Guayarmina Princess, Tenerife (``the hotel''), where he and his family had gone on a package holiday booked with the respondent. 2. The appellant's cl...
- Jones v Birmingham City Council, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 23, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1189
1. Gang-related violence and the resulting public disorder have become a scourge which affects many cities. It may flow from drug dealing but is not unusually accompanied by the discharge of firearms or other acts of extreme violence directed at members of other gangs such that entirely innocent members of the public can become caught up in the cr...
- Leekes Ltd v HM Revenue & Customs, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 23, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1185
1. This second appeal from the Tax and Chancery Chamber of the Upper Tribunal (Roth J and Judge Colin Bishopp) (``the Upper Tribunal'') raises a short question of construction of the legislation which, in specified circumstances, entitles a company to obtain relief from corporation tax for the carried forward losses of a trade, previously carried o...
- Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc v Kymab Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 23, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1186
2. On 28 March 2018 we gave judgment upon the substantive appeal:  EWCA Civ 671. The parties have not been able to agree a form of order, however. A number of issues remain in dispute. Pursuant to our directions, the parties have now filed evidence and further written submissions. We have considered that evidence and the further submissions a...
- Secretary of State for the Home Department v Ruhumuliza, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 23, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1178
1. The Respondent is a national of Rwanda, of Hutu ethnicity. He is aged 62. He is a bishop of the Anglican Church. At the time of the Rwandan genocide in 1994 he was Bishop Co-Adjutor of the Kigali diocese. There are issues, to which I will return, about whether or to what extent he was complicit in the genocide or an apologist for it in the i...
- Apple Retail UK Ltd & Ors v Qualcomm (UK) Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Patents Court, May 22, 2018,  EWHC 1188 (Pat)
1. There are six Claimants. All of the Claimants are companies in the Apple group of companies. The First Claimant is incorporated in England and Wales. The Second and Third Claimants are incorporated in the Republic of Ireland. The Fourth and Fifth Claimants are incorporated in Germany. The Sixth Claimant is Apple Inc which is incorporated in Cali...
- JSC BTA Bank v Ablyazov & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 22, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1176
1. The main question on this appeal is whether the trial judge made an error of law in rejecting a claim that a payment of money made by the first defendant as a gift to his son (the second defendant) was made for the purpose of putting assets beyond the reach of the claimant and was therefore liable to be set aside under section 423 of the Insolve...
- HJ v Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, May 21, 2018,  EWHC 1227 (QB)
1. The claimant For ease and consistency of reference, I will refer to the appellant and the respondent as the defendant and the claimant respectively in this judgment. was born on 12 March 2004. Things went wrong at her birth and she sustained an injury which caused a serious disability to her right shoulder, arm and hand. Her claim in clinical ne...