Andrew Otchie successfully represented the Claimant in the Employment tribunal, on Unfair-Dismissal Please see attached judgment for the full decision.
Appeal allowed for Mehtab in the FTT on Article 8 and exceptional circumstances.
Erum Waheed defended the FTTJ decision that there was no error of law in their determining that the SSHD was not entitled to rescind the client’s refugee status. See below link for decision & reasons; https://dropbox.com/s/gbvzb0h0rx04htb/SSHD-v-LT.pdf?dl=0
Congratulations to Trevor Drury who has been announced the Chair of the Adjudication Track at the 2019 London Adjudication & Arbitration Conference on 22 August at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
The SoS throws in the towel in 322(5) cases.The SoS has abandoned his application for permission to appeal to the Supreme Court from the groundbreaking judgment in Balajigari and Ors. v. SSHD.
Darryl Balroop appeared for the Appellant in Shah and Patel-v-SSHD in the Supreme Courton the interpretation of 15A(4A) EEA Regs 2006 (Derivative Right) in light of Chavez-Vilchez. Will keep you updated…
Congratulations to Trevor Drury who has been elected to the Western Counties Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Committee and made Vice Chairman at the AGM this week.
Balajigari and Ors v. Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 673In what has been called a “blockbuster” judgment the Court of Appeal allowed 4 appeals concerning decisions to refuse applications for indefinite leave to remain using the controversial paragraph 322(5) of the Immigration Rules on the basis of tax discrepancies. It […]
MS (Malaysia)  EWCA Civ 580 the Court of Appeal upheld the decision of the Upper Tribunal that MS, an adult “Zambrano carer”, must be allowed to remain in the UK to ensure the substance of her elderly mother’s EU law rights are not undermined. The case is important in showing that adult Zambrano carers can succeed in establishing their entitlement to stay […]