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    Bailee in Possession & Credit Hire

    Bailee in Possession & Credit Hire

    It is quite common for a person driving someone else's vehicle to be involved in a road traffic accident. Obvious examples would be driving a rental car, or a spouse driving a vehicle owned by their partner. In these circumstances, a vehicle on credit hire may be required.

    The Subsidy Control Regime

    This note discusses the UK’s subsidy control regime and how The Barrister Group (“TBG”) may be able to assist public ...

    Credit Hire & Illegality

    In almost every credit hire case, the defence will plead “ex turpi causa non oritur action”. This translates into English as ...

    Barriers to the Bar: A Journey from Solicitor to Barrister

    In the world of law, the path to becoming a barrister is often described as a challenging yet rewarding journey. However, ...

    Privy Council Lays Down Principles for Security for Costs

    What is a Public Body for the Purposes of Judicial Review?

    R(Hannah) v Chartered Institute of Taxation [2021] EWHC 1069 (Admin) concerned a decision of Chartered Institute of Taxation ...

    The New Dilemma: Can Artificial Intelligence Replace Professionals in Courts and Write Judgments in Public Law?

    When discussing AI’s role in replacing advocates and writing judgments in public law cases, it is important to recognise ...

    Is a taxi driver entitled to more than the pre-accident valuation of the vehicle when written off?

    Generally, someone who is involved in a non-fault road traffic accident, whereby their vehicle is written off, is only ...

    Neurodiverse Conditions in the Workplace (Webinar)

    A topic making headlines in the employment sphere, this webinar address everything employers need to know about neurodiverse ...

    Understanding Menopause in the Workplace (Webinar)

    In our first employment law webinar of the 2024, we're joined by Alice Kinder, President of Birmingham Legal Society, and ...

    Unlocking Strategic Advantage: The Role of Chief Legal AI Officers in Today's Business Landscape

    In the dynamic realm where technology intersects with the law, the emergence of Chief Legal AI Officers has become ...

    The next potential technological reforms in English Civil litigation: The Vos reforms?

    I am inspired to write this article, as the various technological evolution continues to take place, particularly in ...

    Freedom of Speech in the Workplace: Considering Higgs v Farmor's School (Webinar)

    The issue of freedom of speech in the workplace is one that remains ever topical. In a civilisation more socio-politically ...

    An Update on Majid Ali v HSF Logistics Polska SP Zoo ([2023] EWHC 2159 (KB))

    This was a high court case in which judgment was given on the 29th of August 2023. It is a binding court decision. The case ...

    Deferral of CIL

    The draft Community Infrastructure Levy (Coronavirus) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020 (“the Coronavirus Regulations”) ...