‘It is a ghastly truth that newspapers come into their own when something terrible has happened. The horrors witnessed in Paris just over a week ago resulted in some excellent reporting and analysis. There have been some exceptions – though, given the confused nature of the situation, that is perhaps inevitable.’
The Independent, 22nd November 2015
‘Delvigne (Judgment),  EUECJ C-650/13. In a judgment much anticipated on both sides of the Channel, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) has held that French restrictions on the eligibility of prisoners to vote are lawful under EU law.’
UK Human Rights Blog, 9th October 2015
“Esther Lieu, a Pupil at Coram Chambers, and Adam Weiss, Legal Director, The AIRE Centre, explain the ECtHR’s recent decision in Raw v France which considered, amongst other matters, the enforcement of court orders and the circumstances in which a parent could represent their children in Strasbourg proceedings.”
Family Law Week, 18th March 2013
“Although English law might be the law applicable to the question whether a property in France, registered in the name of an income benefit claimant domiciled in England, was held on an implied trust for another, nevertheless, where the whole focus of the admitted common intentions of the claimant and the alleged beneficiary was on the provisions of French succession law as having the closest connection to the property, a social security commissioner was entitled to conclude that French law applied, with the result that there was no implied trust, the claimant was the beneficial owner of the property, and his capital, for income support purposes, exceeded the prescribed amount.”
WLR Daily, 27th November 2009
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Divorce pending appeal valid
“It was perfectly reasonable for an English court to grant a decree absolute of divorce to the wife where the husband was waiting for an appeal to be heard in France by the Cour de Cassation on whether the Cour d’Appel de Paris had been correct in holding that the English court had been seised first.”
The Times, 4th October 2007
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