“One more thing”: Apple and Swatch at each other’s throats – UK Human Rights...

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2 April 2021 by Rosalind English Swatch AG v Apple Inc EWHC 719 (Ch) This case has a history: the long running trade mark dispute between Swatch and...

The Chinese State attacks the Bar: A Call to Arms – Lord Sandhurst QC...

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31 March 2021 by Guest Contributor On 26 March, the Government of the People’s Republic of China announced sanctions against a number of British individuals and entities. Most...

The Weekly Round-up: Asylum System Overhaul – UK Human Rights Blog

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29 March 2021 by Hugo Murphy In the news: Home Secretary Priti Patel pledged a ‘fair but firm’ overhaul of the UK’s asylum system in the Commons on Thursday. The proposed...

MI5 undercover agent policy held lawful – UK Human Rights Blog

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26 March 2021 by Sapan Maini-Thompson In Privacy International & Ors v Secretary of State for Foreign And Commonwealth Affairs & Ors EWCA Civ 330, the Court...

Jehovah’s Witnesses congregation vicariously liable – UK Human Rights Weblog

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25 March 2021 by Jake Richards In The Trustees of the Barry Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses v BXB EWCA Civ 356, the Courtroom of Enchantment has supplied...

The Weekly Spherical-up: expeditious return vs non-refoulment – UK Human Rights Weblog

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22 March 2021 by Alethea Redfern Within the Information: Final week, the Supreme Courtroom thought of an fascinating interaction between two competing obligations of the state: on the one...

Abortion in Northern Eire: on the interface between politics and regulation – UK Human...

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22 March 2021 by Anurag Deb Abortion reform in Northern Eire has had a fraught historical past, to say the least. Issues appeared to lastly come to a...

Medical doctors acted unlawfully in deciding on eligibility for drug – Courtroom of Attraction...

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four March 2021 by Rosalind English Basma (suing by her mother and litigation friend Sara Basma) v Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & Anr EWCA Civ...

The Weekly Spherical-Up: Ministerial Maternity Go away, a New Offence and Steering on Visiting...

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Eight March 2021 by Byul Ryanim On Monday the Ministerial and other Maternity Allowances Act 2021 got here into drive, permitting the Legal professional Common, Suella Braverman QC, to be...

The Weekly Spherical-Up: Household Advantages and Home Abuse (pt. 2) – UK Human Rights...

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Eight March 2021 by Calla Randall Within the information: The Excessive Court docket will hear a case introduced by a mom and her 11-month-old child, who're arguing that they shouldn't be...

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