Cases by Area of Law


Dutton v Davis

[2006] EWCA Civ 694; [2006] 2 P&CR DG 19

Barrister: Alex Troup
Area of Law: Property

Summary: Whether the sale and lease back of a property was in substance a mortgage.

Forest of Dean District Council v Forestry Commission

Barrister: John Blackmore
Area of Law: Property

Summary: Acting on behalf of District Council in claims involving ancient rights of grazing in the forest.

Harding & Ors v St Edmundsbury Borough Council and Greene King Brewery

2006 (Admin)

Barrister: Jeremy Phillips
Area of Law:
Licensing

Summary: Resisting residents’ attempted imposition of restrictive conditions on premises licence.

Crawley BC v Attenborough

[2006] EWHC 1278 Admin

Barrister: Jeremy Phillips
Area of Law: Licensing

Summary: Entitlement of Justices to order licensing authority to pay costs on appeal – requirement for conditions imposed to be intelligible to parties and those not involved in the proceedings.

Remenham Farm Residents Association v COPAS Partnership

[2006 -2011]

Barrister: Jeremy Phillips
Area of Law: 
Licensing

Summary: Representing residents following the extended licensing (including festivals) surrounding the Henley Royal.

The Globe Pub Company Limited v Michael Richard Salczynski

[2006] EWCA Civ 1330 (CA)

Barrister: Jeremy Phillips 
Area of Law: Licensing

Summary: Civil trial for breach of covenant/tie and counterclaim for damages; Court of Appeal challenge on a finding re delivery of the replacement lease.

R (on the application of the British Beer and Pub Association and Others) v Canterbury City Council

[2005] EWHC 1318 Admin

Barrister: Jeremy Phillips
Area of Law: Licensing

Summary: clarified the extent of a licensing authority’s power in relation to its published policy.

James v Butler

[2005] EWCA Civ 1014

Barrister: Timothy Grice
Area of Law: Personal Injury

Summary: The duty of care owed to a householder injured by a neighbour assisting with building works.

Clare v Perry

[2005] EWCA Civ 39

Barrister: Timothy Grice
Area of Law: Personal Injury

Summary: Duty of an occupier for injuries arising from deliberate or unforeseeable acts by a visitor.

Burgess v Plymouth City Council

[2005] EWCA Civ 1659

Barrister: Timothy Grice
Area of Law: Personal Injury

Summary: Breach of Regulation 12(3) of the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 where the person injured was a cleaner employed to remove or tidy away the object over which she tripped.


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