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Extradition post-Brexit: the Irish questions

15.11.2021 | On 9 November 2021 Advocate General Kokott handed down her opinion in respect of Case C-479/21 concerning Mr Sn and Mr Sd following a reference from the Irish...


Extradition case - Wozniak and another v Poland [2021] EWHC 2557 (Admin)

12.11.2021 | Partner, Rebecca Niblock has commented in the latest edition of Criminal Law Week on an extradition case - Wozniak and another v Poland [2021] EWHC 2557 (Admin).


Environmental Law Quarterly Update - Q3 2021

19.10.2021 | This quarterly environmental law update provides a summary of a cross-section of news stories in the period July 2021 - September 2021. 


Extradition post-Brexit: plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose?

05.10.2021 | Rebecca Niblock and Edward Grange examine the key changes & similarities to extradition law following Brexit. The introduction of new surrender arrangements under the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement. Changes effected...


The Tail Wagging the Dog - Hourly Rates Review 2021

03.10.2021 | The Master of the Rolls, Sir Geoffrey Vos, has approved the new guideline hourly rates (GHR) proposed by the CJC and the Stewart committee which will come into...


‘De-risking’ and financial exclusion

15.09.2021 | Rebecca Niblock and Mary Young follow on from an article they wrote in September 2020 about whether there should be a right to banking, and the possibly unintended...


Upheavals in extradition law

15.09.2021 | In a article originally written for Legal Action Group, Rebecca Niblock and Edward Grange,  examine two important changes since the last edition of Extradition law: a practitioner’s guide.


Vue Cinema Chain fined following death of cinema-goer

11.08.2021 | On 20 July 2021 Vue Entertainment Ltd (‘Vue’) was fined £750,000 and ordered to pay costs of £130,000 following a fatal accident at the Star City cinema in...


The CMA’s Annual Report and digital markets - a time of change

02.08.2021 | This last year has undoubtedly been a busy and challenging one for the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). It has seen additional activity arising from its response to...


Charities and internal investigations

22.07.2021 | Charities are not immune to financial crime, fraud or other wrong-doing; there are a number of ways in which charities may be exploited by criminals. 


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