Today at the Law Society, Panel member (Anthony Philpott) is a speaker on the above annual conference.
Chambers is taking part in the London Legal Walk 2017, on the 22nd May.
For further information please speak with the clerks.
Herewith judgment on the above matter – The Upper Tribunal (Mr Justice Lavender) allowed this important Judicial Review Claim on Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) “accelerated” settlements, applications based on three year’ residence. Zane Malik acted for the Applicant
Court of Appeal gives judgment re Incompatibility of EEA Regs 2006 & Directive 2004/38/EC re Reg 10(5). Parminder Saini, appeared for the Appellant: herewith link: http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2017/99.html
UKSC dismisses Agyarko/Ikuga appeals v SSHD: SoS decision was lawful & fair balance of public/individual interests – Parminder Saini acting for the Appellant, Judgment in Agyarko re Insurmountable Obstacles, Precariousness & Exceptional Circumstances:
Herewith Link: https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/uksc-2015-0129.html?platform=hootsuite
Big matter in the Court of Appeal today on the above matter – Michael Biggs acting for the Appellant, against the SSHD – Further updates to follow.
Michael Biggs succeeds once again in another important case concerning the limitations on s.10 removals, and a little more on TOEIC: Re: (Iqbal) v. SSHD EWHC 79 (Admin). Read the judgment here: http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Admin/2017/79.html
Huge result for Parminder Saini & Zane Malik in the Court Of Appeal, as Appeal allowed on, “Supplementary Refusal letters in JR proceedings – herewith link to the judgment: http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2016/1307.html
Huge win for Darryl in the Court of Appeal (Acting for the Appellant) – Re: SI (India) -v- SSHD
With comments in the judgment from stating; Lack of clarity in the Secretary of State’s decision & 19] ‘…In our view a reader of the decision letter would struggle to understand b) and c) above. Three judges and one barrister certainly did…’
See the full judgment here:
L R AVIONICS TECHNOLOGIES LTD v THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA & ANOR  EWHC 1761 (Comm) (15 July 2016)
In a recent decision handed down on 15 July 2016 in L R Avionics Technologies Ltd v The Federal Republic of Nigeria & Anor  EWHC (Comm), the High Court (Males J) accepted Nigeria’s argument that premises owned by Nigeria were not “in use….for commercial purposes” within the meaning of section 13(4) of the State Immunity Act 1978 (“the SIA 1978”), and would therefore be immune from the enforcement of arbitral award or judgment against the State under that section.