Interim injunctions and human rights issues in relation to gypsies and travelers
Barrister: John Dickinson
Area of Law: Wills, Trusts and Tax
Summary: John Dickinson was successful in acting for the Claimants in the two day trial heard on 2nd and 3rd August, with judgment being handed down by His Honour Judge Matthews on 11th August 2017 in the Chancery Division of the Bristol District Registry. The Claimants established a constructive trust under the doctrine of mutual wills under which the estate of their Deceased mother was held for the Claimants, rather than being held under her last Will for various of her grandchildren and others.
The judgment is available here.
Barrister: Andrew Kearney
Area of Law: Construction
Summary: Andrew Kearney appeared in the TCC for Amey in a case in which two construction adjudication decisions were found to have become finally binding due to failure to give a notice of dissatisfaction.
Read a summary and the full case published on BAILII: http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/TCC/2017/B13.html
Barrister: Christopher Sharp QC
Area of Law: Family
Summary: Christopher Sharp QC, family law silk, appeared for the local authority in the recent case of Re K (A Child: deceased)  EWHC 1083 (Fam) which reviews the case law on the powers of the court, and clarifies the extent of the inherent jurisdiction, in addressing the appropriate disposal of the body of a child.
Read the full case published on BAILII: Re K (A Child: deceased)  EWHC 1083 (Fam)
Re S (A child) (Care Proceedings: Surrogacy) sub nom A Local Authority (Applicant) v (1) W (2) K (3) D (4) S (By Her Children’s Guardian) (Respondents) & A (Intervener) (2015)  EWFC 99
Barrister: Abigail Bond