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What does the judgment say about why notice under article 50 could not be served without Parliamentary consent and are there any wider ramifications?
The statutory conservation agencies in the UK have launched a public consultation on proposals for five Special Areas of Conservation.
Enforcement undertakings are increasingly being used as an alternative to prosecutions for businesses who are breaking environmental laws.
The legal status of EU environmental law within the UK will depend on the nature of the negotiated exit agreement.
I’ve worked on a number of projects with Browne Jacobson, notably managing the legal work to create Natural Resources Wales. They have always been professional, flexible where necessary, and focused on delivering our outcomes.
Providing advice, guidance and support to an employee led Mutual in their spin out from a probation Trust. We supported on HR and Pensions issues through to corporate structures and state aid advice. We provided specific advice on how best to structure the contracts with the winning bidder and future implications for the new mutual.
Acting for Welsh Government in relation to the transfer of three Internal Drainage Boards to the Natural Resources Body for Wales. Undertaking a commercial due diligence exercise in relation to the assets and liabilities of the three IDBs and advising in relation to the liabilities associated with the Caldicot and Wentlooge Level Act 1884 concerning the maintenance of the sea wall on behalf of relevant land owners.
Advising the Welsh Government on the transfer of environmental functions in Wales to a new single body, Natural Resource Wales (NRW) involving numerous different aspects of advice from administrative law (legislative drafting) advice through to wider commercial support in drafting of shared services arrangements between the Environment Agency (EA), Forestry Commissioners (FC) and NRW.
At a recent conference on Big Data, chief executive of the Civil Service, spoke about the potential of big data in government and the commitment to becoming a “data-driven government”.
The so called 'Hillsborough Law' outlines five key principles all aimed at ensuring public authorities engaging with any court proceedings, inquiries or investigations tell the truth.
The recent Court of Appeal decision in the case of Scott v Gavigan (2016) shows that the commonly held view, that a driver whose vehicle strikes a pedestrian will always be partly to blame, can, in the right case, be overcome.
The momentum of the devolution revolution seems to have slowed. Local authorities have been left hanging on, tantalisingly close to a deal…
We recognise the financial constraints that our public sector clients operate under.
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