How often is it that as care practitioners we find ourselves acting for clients who, by reason of a prevailing negative and often aggressive attitude, are seemingly determined to burn all bridges and scupper any chance there might be of sufficiently impressing professionals that it is in the best
Andrew Grime looks at the recent first instance decision in the case of Taylor v. Bell and Haworth  All ER (D) 208 (Feb).
Colin Banham successfully represented a solicitor on an appeal against a 2-year suspension imposed by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal.
In preparation of the forthcoming elections our favourite barrister blogger Matthew Scott discusses the ignificant obstacles to the Labour leader's plan to set up an eight-foot-six limestone monolith in the grounds of a grade 1 listed building.
The applicant, represented by Matthew Scott on a direct access basis, had received a Sexual Offences Prevention Order (‘SOPO’) in late 2009 for offences committed in 2007 and 2008. The order was expressed to last indefinitely.
What role can the family courts play in protecting children from travelling to conflict zones? Zoe Rudd considers the role of the courts in light of the recent judgment in London Borough of Tower Hamlets v M and others.
Colin Banham successfully represented a Cumbrian Police Officer in a challenge by way of Judicial Review.
Colin Banham has successfully represented a Metropolitan Police Officer at the Police Appeals Tribunal following an original outcome of dismissal with notice under the Police (Performance) Reg
The Court of Protection has recently handed down Judgment in the case of DB v DW  EWCOP16, which involved two competing applications for deputyship of property and affairs for a person who lacks capacity ("P").