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Analysis

Midyear review 2020 – is politics becoming front and centre in public law cases?
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Despite the many challenges facing lawyers and the courts during the COVID-19 crisis, 2020 has seen a number of ground-breaking judgments on a whole gamut of other public law issues from...

News

Freedom of Information Code of Practice consultation

The Government is consulting on various revisions to the Code of Practice for public authorities on their obligations under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the...

Insights

House of Lords Committee critical of “unacceptably wide” powers in the Withdrawal Bill
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The House of Lords Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee has published a report on the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill. The report focuses on the Bill's provisions for...

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Lord Justice Jackson suggests extending Aarhus Rules to all JR claims… again
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On 31 July, Lord Justice Jackson published a report containing a series of proposals on civil litigation costs. While mainly focused on fixed recoverable costs, the report also...

Hogan Lovells Publications

Getting Aarhus in Order Client Notes

Hogan Lovells review regarding protective costs orders in environmental judicial review.

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Open Sesame Client Notes

Review of the extension of the Freedom of Information Act to the Financial Ombudsman Service, including interplay with the Financial Services and Markets Act (FSMA).

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Henry VIII Powers in the new Public Bodies Bill Client Notes

Analysis of the dangers and prevalence of Henry VIII powers, focusing on the Public Bodies.

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Public Law after the Human Rights Act by Tom Hickman Client Notes

This is a review of Tom Hickman's book on public law after the Human Rights Act.

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