In this post, Anna Walsh (Partner) and Nicole Ellerby (Associate) in CMS’ medical malpractice team considered the awaited decision from the Supreme Court in the Scottish case of McCulloch and Ors v Forth Valley Health Board  CSHI 21.
Section 43(5) and (6)(a) of the Local Government Finance Act 1988 (“the LGFA”) provides for a mandatory 80% relief from business rates where “the ratepayer is a charity or trustees for a charity” and the premises are “wholly or mainly
Law & Order: SVU is on 24 seasons and counting (thanks to the recent renewal) without giving Benson/Stabler fans everything they want from the iconic TV duo, but all signs point toward another pairing ending the season on a very
This appeal is concerned with the following questions: (1) When the Parole Board is deciding whether or not to direct the release of a prisoner on license, can it only take into account allegations if they are proved on the
Often the rights of the individual are in direct opposition to the rights of the public. This issue was recently explored in the blog about Australian Prison surveillance. The further we delve into the question of what’s right, the more
In this post, Henry Powell (Associate) and Antoni Hajdon (Of Counsel) in the Real Estate Disputes team at CMS, comment on the case of Barton & Ors v Morris & Anor in place of Gwyn Jones (deceased)  UKSC 3