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4 KBW London Legal Walk

Its still not too late to donate http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-web/fundraiser/showFundraiserProfilePage.action?userUrl=4KBWTimothyRaggatt17&isTeam=true  

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Immigration Seminar: Criminal Deportations Update

Members of 4KBW’s Immigration and Asylum Team are delighted to host the summer immigration seminar, “Resisting Criminal Deportations”, at 6pm on 19 June 2017. This seminar will provide practical guidance to practitioners working on criminal deportation appeals and judicial reviews, with a particular focus on case preparation and evidence gathering. It will also offer an analysis […]

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PIERS MARTIN – EQUITABLE ACCOUNTING: A NOTE ON DAVIS V. JACKSON

Digest Thanks to the recent developments in and clarification of the law relating to  co-ownership in the Supreme Court cases such as  Stack v Dowden [2007] 2 AC 432 and Jones v Kernott [2012] 1 AC 276, the existence and extent of parties’ respective beneficial interests is perhaps somewhat easier for lawyers to advise upon […]

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KATHERINE ILLSLEY ON OWENS V OWENS [2017] EWCA CIV 182

Katherine Illsley looks at The Court of Appeal rejecting the appeal of Mrs. Owens against the decision of HHJ Tolson QC at first instance to refuse to grant Decree Nisi Owens v Owens [2017] EWCA Civ 182

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Athelstane Aamodt on O’Brien v Bolton St. Catherine’s Academy [2017] WLR (D) 196 ([2017] EWCA Civ 145)

A difficult decision that an employer can often face is having an employee who goes off sick with an illness for a long period and the employee shows little or no prospect of ever returning because of the illness’s prognosis. The usual route for the employer in such circumstances is to contemplate a capability hearing […]

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