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Time to go home: BP v Surrey County Council and RP

This case is of importance not only because it was likely to arise in other cases in the UK context of the coronavirus, but because Article 15 considerations arise in cases of grave importance, such as national security cases.

Cyprus: Predictability of criminal liability in relation to restrictions of movements due to Covid-9

The prohibition of unnecessary movements was implemented from the 24th of March, in accordance with the provisions of the Regulatory Administrative Act 117/2020. Subsequently, with the coming into force of the Regulatory Administrative Act 152/2020, from 13 April until 4 May, at 5:59 a.m., citizens without permission to commute due to work were only permitted one movement by exception, after following the SMS process, or the handwritten completion of Form B for persons above 65 years of age.

Digital media and the right to be forgotten

The “right to be forgotten”, which has become a trending right in the internet and digital media where even legal distribution and accure content of the information about individuals constitutes a violation of human rights, is of great importance especially for the dignity of these individuals, for independent development of their personalities and full authority over his/her personal data.

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Litigation Personal Injury 8/7/97

Morris v Arc Homes – CA 24 June 1997 Incident: Accident at work Appeal issue: Quantum Appeal contentions: Plaintiff’s appeal from judgment of Judge Previte QC, Plymouth County Court, 25 September 1996, awarding plaintiff damages of £10,934. Appellant was site agent for defendant and sustained the injury when driving a fork lift truck which toppled […]

Property

Manches & Co acted for Mercury Asset Management on the purchase of a 200,000sqft leisure development to include the UK’s largest cinema – Virgin Cinema’s 20-screen megaplex – from the Sheffield Development Corporation, advised by Nabarro Nathanson.

In brief: Pinsents' Fitton wins rights of audience

A solicitor at Pinsent Curtis’ Birmingham office has attained higher court rights of audience. Chris Fitton, a professional indemnity lawyer specialising in financial services, joins a group of around 400 lawyers in the country with the qualification. Fitton, who becomes an associate at the firm on 1 May, joined Pinsents in 1994. A former barrister, […]

Litigation Writs 8/7/97

Leading pub owner Inntrepreneur Estates is taking one of its former landlords on in a fight to get back one of its establishments. The company is suing London-based Nightmaster for damages and possession of the Shipwrights Arms in Tooley Street, Bermondsey, where lewd goings-on are said to have taken place. The licence for the premises […]

In brief: Ashursts loses two senior administrators

Ashurst Morris Crisp’s backroom departments have lost two, and possibly three, senior managers since Ian Nisse’s appointment as managing partner in May. The firm is still looking for a head of information technology, to replace David Lumsden, who left in May, while Sally James, head of personnel, is also to leave the practice. It is […]

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