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July 2014

Civil Litigation : Mitchell Case

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Civil Litigation : Mitchell Case On 4th July 2014 the Court of Appeal handed down a judgment of significant importance to all those who practice civil litigation. The case in question concerned three combined appeals (Denton v T H White; Decadent Vapours v Bevan; Utilise v Davies) which placed the judgment in Mitchell v NGN under scrutiny. The Law Society and the Bar Council were invited to intervene. The significance of the judgment is that…

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Judgment in the case of EV (Philippines) in the Court of Appeal

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Yesterday (26 June 2014), the Court of Appeal gave judgment in the case of EV (Philippines), which gives some helpful practical guidance on the assessment of a child’s best interests, as part of the consideration of Article 8. This judgment will also be useful when you are considering whether a Judge has made a proper assessment of a child’s best interests in their determination. Read more about Article 8.

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