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This week has been a mixed bag for the travel industry. Virgin Atlantic appears to be sliding towards insolvency, BA has announced that it will make a quarter of its staff redundant, and EasyJet’s GDPR woes aren’t going away. On the other hand, air bridges to Spain, France and Italy are expected to open up


Last week saw the case of R (Bridges) v Chief Constable of South Wales Police return before the Court of Appeal. The case concerns police use of automated facial recognition (AFR) software and the delicate balance between the public interest in effective policing and the potential new technology brings for intrusion by the State into


In yesterday’s webinar, Russell Wilcox and Conor Kennedy discussed Resulting Trusts, Constructive Trusts and TOLATA Claims. Disputes over property rights commonly arise in circumstances where informal relationships break down, whether those relationships are commercial, personal, or something in between. The law on how these disputes are resolved is constantly developing and can prove difficult to


Richard Cherry speaks about the Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Trecarrell House v Rouncefield. Richard appeared for the Respondent, instructed by Arfan Bhatti of Oliver Fisher Solicitors. Zachary Bredemear speaks about statutory interpretation. View the slides here – Gas Safety Certificates Webinar Take a look at our upcoming webinars here.


As we edge ever closer to being able to go on holiday, the team at 1CL has been spending its time reading the recent Transport Select Committee Report on the Aviation Industry, waving a regretful goodbye to the Refund Saga, pondering some knotty insurance issues, and wondering how to turn defeat into victory (in the


In yesterday’s webinar, Edward Bishop QC and Laura Johnson discussed the challenges of secondary victim cases. They considered the application of the control mechanisms set out in the case of Alcock v Chief Constable of West Midlands Police, and the appeal decision in the case of Paul v Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, which considers the


Disputes over property rights commonly arise in circumstances where informal relationships break down, whether those relationships are commercial, personal, or something in between. The law on how these disputes are resolved is constantly developing and can prove difficult to navigate. With that in mind, Russell Wilcox and Conor Kennedy discuss the rules governing the various


Cases on jurisdiction are like torpedoes, aren’t they? You wait for one for ages, and then four come along in the space of a couple of weeks, culminating in a decision (or rather lack of it) from the Court of Justice of the European Union. In this Special Briefing the team at 1 Chancery Lane


Court of Appeal: 29 Jan 2020 Before Patten LJ, King LJ and Moylan LJ Richard Cherry of 1 Chancery Lane appeared for the Respondent instructed by Arfan Bhatti of Oliver Fisher Solicitors _______________________________ BRIEFING NOTE This note is given for information only and no reliance should be placed on it. Parties should take legal advice


Article 2, Inquests and Medical Negligence: What can we learn from the decision in (R) Maguire v Her Majesty’s Senior Coroner for Blackpool[1]? Having delivered a webinar entitled “Article 2, Inquests and Covid-19: An Update” on the 4th June 2020, it would stand to reason that the Court of Appeal would hand down a lengthy


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