The Brexit Effect: Uncertainty relating to pet passports leaves British pet owners in a state of outrage
With one out of two British households owning a pet and around 250,000 British cats and dogs travelling to the EU every year, thousands of British pet owners, both resident and expat, are becoming increasingly concerned about the Brexit effect on their beloved furry friends.
On 16 July 2018 the divisional court handed down judgment in M & B v Italy  EWHC 1808 (Admin) which has given extradition defence lawyers some hope when it comes to challenging the validity of warrants under s2 of the Extradition Act 2003 (“the Act”).
In the aftermath of the recent award of substantial damages to Sir Cliff Richard, is there now a case for a complete ban on pre-charge publicity?
Theresa May’s Brexit negotiation team under serious pressure to make significant progress as businesses quit UK courts
English courts have historically been the first choice for many companies to govern their contracts, with London being a top destination for companies to bring litigation.
The decision by the SFO not to prosecute former employees of Lloyds Banking Group for alleged manipulation of LIBOR because the case “has not met the threshold required for prosecution” suggests that a degree of sanity has at last been applied to the charging process.
The EAW was introduced in 2004 in order to streamline the extradition of wanted persons between EU member states. Unlike extradition requests from countries outside the EU, EAW requests are made through judicial channels rather than through government departments.