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29 Jan 2014, 2:42 am by Matrix Legal Information Team
For judgment, please download: [2014] UKSC 6 For Court’s press summary, please download: Court’s Press Summary For a non-PDF version of the judgment, please visit: BAILII The post New Judgment: IA v The Secretary of State for the Home Department (Scotland) [2014] UKSC 6 appeared first on UKSCBlog. [read post]
8 Oct 2013, 8:54 am by Bryan Heaney
The post Case Preview: G v Scottish Ministers & Anor (Scotland) appeared first on UKSC blog. [read post]
24 Feb 2022, 6:31 am by Matrix Legal Support Service
He therefore issued a claim against the Advocate General for Scotland and the Scottish Ministers, arguing that the Secretary of State’s failure to bring the forum bar provisions into force in Scotland was unlawful. [read post]
21 Dec 2017, 1:00 am by JOHN VASSILLOU, MCGILL & CO
McGill & Co have been in the Supreme Court acting for the Respondent to the Government’s appeal in the case of The Advocate General for Scotland v Romein. [read post]
26 Mar 2014, 12:23 pm by Sam Claydon, Olswang LLP
(JUSTICES: Lord Hope (Deputy President), Lord Walker, Lord Kerr, Lord Reed, and Lord Carnwath) The post Joint Administrators of Heritable Bank plc (Respondent) v The Winding-Up Board of Landsbanki Islands hf (Appellant) (Scotland) [2013] UKSC 13 appeared first on UKSCBlog. [read post]
22 Jan 2018, 4:11 pm by INFORRM
  In Brightside v RSM UK Audit [2017] 1 WLR 1943, Andrew Baker J held the view that CPR r6.14 fixes the date for all CPR purposes, including the date of service in Scotland. [read post]
9 Jan 2017, 2:58 am by Frank Cranmer
Supreme Court In Christian Institute & Ors v Lord Advocate (Scotland) [2016] UKSC 51, the appellants sought judicial review of Part 4, averring that it was outwith the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament under the Scotland Act 1998 because it related to matters reserved to the UK Parliament, that it was incompatible with ECHR rights and/or that it was incompatible with EU law. [read post]
15 Dec 2016, 1:00 am by Sarah McKeeve, Brodies LLP
Introduction This case concerns the lawfulness of a ban on smoking and tobacco in the buildings and grounds of the State Hospital, Carstairs, a high-secure hospital in central Scotland. [read post]
2 May 2013, 10:51 am by Joel R. Brandes
s habitual residence was Scotland and, upon reversal, an order that E.C. be returned to the United States. [read post]
16 Mar 2009, 2:20 am
The right to be compensated was removed by the decision of the House of Lords in 2007, Rothwell v Chemical & Insulating Company.The Association of British Insurers has criticised  the Bill stating that it is "fundamentally flawed. [read post]
5 Mar 2021, 12:43 am by CMS
On 25 February 2021, the UK Supreme Court heard the appeal in Anwar v The Advocate General (Representing the Secretary of State for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy). [read post]
27 Sep 2020, 4:37 pm by INFORRM
Nor did Lord Malcom, who did not consider it “necessary to dwell” on the current state of the law concerning whether such a right existed. [read post]
22 Dec 2012, 11:55 am by Georgialee Lang
It is not often that the United States Supreme Court intervenes in a custody case, but this month the Supremes heard arguments in the case of Chafin v. [read post]
22 Oct 2012, 8:20 am by Bryan Heaney
The post Case Preview: RM (AP) v The Scottish Ministers (Scotland) appeared first on UKSC blog. [read post]
25 Sep 2015, 1:00 am by Lisa Girdwood, Brodies LLP
The Supreme Court, in the case of AR v RN (Scotland) [2015] UKSC 35 has confirmed that habitual residence is a question of fact rather than legal construct. [read post]
11 Apr 2017, 2:57 am by Matrix Legal Support Service
The Court held that the policy infringed the claimant’s ECHR, art 8 rights to privacy, but that this was not disproportionate and pursued a legitimate aim of protecting public health, and considered that the art 14 challenge failed as the differences in treatment between detained patients in the State Hospital and patients in other NHS facilities or prisoners were a matter of timing rather than policy. [read post]