BAILII: Recent Decisions

Posted May 1st, 2020 in law reports by tracey

Court of Appeal (Civil Division)

B (Children)(Remote Hearing: Interim Care Order) [2020] EWCA Civ 584 (30 April 2020)

A (Children) (Remote Hearing: Care And Placement Orders) [2020] EWCA Civ 583 (30 April 2020)

Investec Asset Finance Plc & Anor v Revenue And Customs [2020] EWCA Civ 579 (30 April 2020)

L (Adoption: Identification of Possible Father) [2020] EWCA Civ 577 (30 April 2020)

Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

Xue v R [2020] EWCA Crim 587 (30 April 2020)

High Court (Chancery Division)

Cole & Ors v Scion Ltd & Ors [2020] EWHC 1022 (Ch) (30 April 2020)

High Court (Commercial Court)

Wales (t/a Selective Investment Services) v CBRE Managed Services Ltd & Anor [2020] EWHC 1050 (Comm) (30 April 2020)

Clark Street Associates LLC v Norsk Titanium AS [2020] EWHC 1038 (Comm) (30 April 2020)

Jiangsu Guoxin Corporation Ltd v Precious Shipping Public Co Ltd [2020] EWHC 1030 (Comm) (30 April 2020)

Court (Queen’s Bench Division)

Ramise-Edwards v Idowu & Anor [2020] EWHC 1039 (QB) (30 April 2020)

ST (A Minor) & Anor v L Primary School [2020] EWHC 1046 (QB) (30 April 2020)

Morrow v Shrewsbury Rugby Union Football Club Ltd [2020] EWHC 999 (QB) (30 April 2020)


‘Justice not charity’ – the blind marchers who made history – BBC News

‘A century ago blind and partially sighted people marched on London to lobby the government to improve their living and working conditions. The 1920 Blind March has become a milestone in the history of the disability rights movement. But as recreating a large gathering is not possible in current circumstances, blind people are using their daily personal exercise to mark the anniversary.’

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BBC News, 30th April 2020


Transgender man loses appeal court battle to be registered as father – The Guardian

‘A transgender man who gave birth has lost his appeal court battle to be registered as a father in a case that wrestled with the legal definition of motherhood and transgender rights.’

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The Guardian, 29th April 2020