Year: <span>2020</span>
23
Nov
20
This week the Court of Justice of the European Union has provided still further guidance on the operation of the Denied Boarding Regulations (in Ryanair v DelayFix, Case C-519/19), the Court ...

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20
Nov
20
In the last couple of weeks we have seen developments in two of the most controversial areas of travel and cross border work: local ...

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20
Nov
20
We are delighted to announce that Andrew Warnock QC has been named ...

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17
Nov
20
The Personal Injury team at 1 Chancery Lane bring you an early Christmas gift to usher out 2020: The Highways Compendium. A high point we hope as a difficult year draws to a close. We recognise ...

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16
Nov
20
It’s been another busy week in the courts for travel practitioners; no sooner did we have the judgment of Griffiths J in Troke v Amgen Seguros Generales [2020] 11 WLUK 67 (the incidence of ...

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09
Nov
20
This week we learned that the Court of Appeal has declined permission to appeal in Swift v Carpenter [2020] 10 WLUK 74, but that the Supreme Court has managed to find time in its busy ...

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09
Nov
20
On Friday the Lord Chancellor once again found a letter he wrote to The High Court Enforcement Officers Association (the “HCEOA”) plastered across the news. This letter is the second such letter ...

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06
Nov
20
1 Chancery Lane has long had a reputation for appellate advocacy at the highest level. Last week Andrew Warnock Q.C. and Maurice Rifat were successful in the ...

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06
Nov
20
The normal role of the courts is to decide cases according to the law, and in doing so to provide a just resolution to the dispute between the parties. The illegality defence operates to prevent the ...

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06
Nov
20
Property lawyers are well-versed in the difficulties the defence of “illegality” presents. Tinsley v Milligan itself concerned whether a party could establish a resulting trust if they ...

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