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In Mark Alan Holyoake & other v Nicholas Anthony Candy & 5 Ors  EWHC, the court granted a notification injunction requiring the defendants to notify the claimants before disposing or dealing with their assets.
The Supreme Court has confirmed that the appeal in NA v Nottinghamshire County Council will be heard on 8 and 9 February 2017.
The High Court recently delivered judgment in SN & VN v London Borough of Brent & VK & AK. The claimants alleged abuse by their foster parents, Mr & Mrs K.
The new Trade Union Act 2015, due to come into force later this year, introduces a number of changes in relation to strike action.
There is continued confusion over what level of attendance meets the legal requirement for regular attendance at school.
Street trees give a road character and people in urban areas aspire to live on tree lined avenues because of the ambience that they give to the neighbourhood.
The Employment Tribunal has, in a recent decision (White & Others v Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council), ruled that where voluntary overtime is…
In an unusual post-settlement judgment in Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA v Petroleum Geo-Services ASA and others, Mr Justice Birss took the opportunity to…
The momentum of the devolution revolution seems to have slowed. Local authorities have been left hanging on, tantalisingly close to a deal…
With the majority of central government sitting behind the Treasury when it comes to buying into the devolution agenda, what will the long term relationship between central and local government look like?
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