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- Doherty v Fannigan Holdings Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 12, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1615
1. On 11 August 2016, on an application by the appellant, Patrick Doherty, Mr Registrar Jones made an order: (i) setting aside a statutory demand that the respondent, Fannigan Holdings Ltd (`FHL'), had served on Mr Doherty; (ii) requiring FHL to pay Mr Doherty's costs; and (iii) permitting FHL to appeal. On 28 February 2017, Stephen Smith QC, sitti...
- Kamara v London Borough Of Southwark, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 12, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1616
1. These appeals raise a common issue concerning what is required of local housing authorities in order to comply with regulation 8(2) of the Allocation of Housing and Homelessness (Review Procedures) Regulations 1999/71 (``the Review Regulations'') which applies on a review under s.202 of the Housing Act 1996 (``HA 1996'') when a reviewing officer...
- M (BIIa Article 19: Court First Seised), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 12, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1637
1. The ultimate issue on this appeal is whether the Family Court was right to assert its jurisdiction over two children, now aged 6 and 4, and, having done so, to order their mother to return them to this country from Poland. The appeal is formally brought against a decision refusing to set aside such an order, which in turn requires consideration...
- Personal Management Solutions Ltd & Anor v Brake Bros. Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 12, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1635
1. This interlocutory appeal is said to raise the question whether successful claimants who have obtained a judgment on liability can ``expand'' their claim on an assessment of damages. That largely depends on whether the claim as expanded is a new claim or merely an additional way of putting the claim in respect of which judgment on liability has...
- Thum v Thum, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 12, 2018,  EWCA Civ 624
at the time when the document instituting the proceedings or an equivalent document is lodged with the court, provided that the applicant has not subsequently failed to take the steps he was required to take to have service effected on the respondent; or if the document has to be served before being lodged with the court, at the time when it is rec...
- South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust v Lee & Ors, Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, July 11, 2018,  UKEAT 0287_17_1107
Mrs Lee (``the Claimant'') was employed by Staffordshire and Stoke as a Nurse Specialist for nearly five years. Mrs Mason was her line manager. She had left to take up an opportunity with a private health services provider (``Ark'') but after a month decided to look for another position in the NHS and was made a conditional offer of employment by...
- Robinson v EMW Law LLP, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, July 10, 2018,  EWHC 1757 (Ch)
1. This is an appeal, with permission granted by Marcus Smith J, from the decision of Master James of 25 May 2017 ruling on preliminary issues in a detailed costs assessment, whereby she held that all costs for work done by Fidelity Law Ltd (``Fidelity'') for the Appellant, Mr Robinson, were disallowed save for those after 1 May 2015, and all costs...
- Butt v R, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, July 10, 2018,  EWCA Crim 1617
1. This is an appeal against the sentence imposed on 17 November 2017 in the Crown Court at Southwark of six months' imprisonment suspended for 18 months with a tagged curfew for six months between 21.00 and 06.00, together with a fine of £250,000 and costs of £14,210. The appellant had earlier pleaded guilty to three counts of failure to take reas...
- Jones v R, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, July 10, 2018,  EWHC Crim 1599
1. On 21 March 2006 at around 9.30 p.m. a man named Ward was shot dead at his home in Clacton, Essex. In May 2006 three men - Walker, Bhaskaran and Brown - were arrested in relation to Ward's death. In August 2006 a man named Valentine was arrested. The three men arrested in May 2006 were charged with the murder of Ward and sent for trial. For
- Al-Nesnas v Al-Najar & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 10, 2018,  EWCA Civ 1619
1. This is an appeal from the order of HHJ Walden Smith dated 7th February 2017 giving summary judgment in the action in favour of the respondent (Mr Al-Nesnas). The judge's reasons are set out in an ex tempore judgment given at the hearing on 7th February 2017 ( EWHC 568 (Ch)) and then in her fuller judgment handed down on 24th April 2017 [