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Advance payment or security?

24/05/17, Public Law

R (UK Power Networks (Operations) Ltd.) v. Gas and Electricity Markets Authority [2017] EWHC 1175 (Admin) Ouseley J has delivered an important judgment for electricity distributors and their connection customers...

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Ocean Victory in the Supreme Court

10/05/17, Commercial

Gard Marine and Energy Limited v. China National Chartering Company Limited and others (Ocean Victory) [2017] UKSC 35 The Ocean Victory was a capesize bulk carrier which grounded whilst attempting...

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Landmark Cases in Public Law

04/05/17, Barrister News, Public Law

Landmark Cases in Public Law, published on 1 June by Hart Publishing, contains a series of essays by public law specialists throwing light on the driving forces behind 14 landmark public...

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EFTA Court ruling on a Norwegian angry boy

06/04/17, EU/Competition

Gustav Vigeland is a well-known Norwegian sculptor who donated his works on his death in 1943 to the Oslo City authorities. The works are displayed in the Vigeland Park which...

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High Court hands down landmark FRAND judgment

05/04/17, EU/Competition

Mr Justice Birss today handed down a landmark judgment in Unwired Planet International Ltd v Huawei Technologies Co Ltd in which he ruled for the first time on the obligation to license...

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Preparing for Brexit: the legislative options

04/04/17, Public Law

Richard Gordon QC and Tom Pascoe have published a paper on the legislative process of preparing for Brexit. The paper follows the release of the government’s White Paper on the Great...

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Jonathan Dawid returns to Brick Court

07/03/17, Barrister News, Commercial, EU/Competition, Public Law, Chambers News

Brick Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Jonathan Dawid will be rejoining chambers in April 2017.  Currently a partner at a leading City litigation boutique, Jonathan originally completed pupillage...

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High Court rules in Uber judicial review

03/03/17, Public Law

Mr Justice Mitting today gave oral judgment on a claim brought by Uber London Ltd and certain private hire vehicle (minicab) drivers. The claim challenged certain regulatory requirements imposed by...

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Andrew Lydiard QC

27/02/17, Chambers News

It is with great sadness that we announce that Andrew Lydiard QC, a former member of chambers who retired from the Bar due to ill health last year,  died peacefully...

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Edward Ho named in The Lawyer Hot 100 2017

30/01/17, Barrister News, Commercial

The Lawyer’s Hot 100 is an annual list of the magazine’s top 100 UK lawyers in private practice, in-house and at the Bar, which aims to recognise extraordinary lawyers who...

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NICE Appeal Panel upholds Roche’s appeal

25/01/17, EU/Competition

Today a NICE Appeal Panel published its decision to uphold the appeal of Roche Products Ltd against NICE’s advice on the use of pirfenidone in the treatment of idiopathic pulmonary...

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