And is it ever worth making a claim for damages? There have been some interesting recent cases about making claims under the Human Rights Act. You can find our discussion about the Hackney case and the comments about the correct amount of damages here. For a more detailed discussion of the provisions of the HRA […]
This post follows a recent report of an adult who has taken legal action against a local authority for failures to do their job properly or at all, resulting in harm to that individual. It is an attempt to provide a brief over-view of the likely routes to a claim for compensation in such circumstances. […]
A compilation of case studies and commentaries on good practice in tackling Child Sexual Exploitation is now available on the Local Government Association (LGA) website. NIROMP want to use these commentaries to help share and promote the good practice seen during Ofsted inspections. Some of the approaches are innovative and all are based on good practice. An…
Despite promising to give children a greater voice in the Family Court the government still seems to be doing little on this front. The latest disappointment comes after government spokesmen confirmed that the Ministry of Justice never enacted a policy allowing children to speak to judges.
Judgment: Father's appeal against a court ruling that the child was habitually resident in Finland and therefore the UK court did not have jurisdiction to deal with the father's applications in relation to the child. Appeal dismissed.
Andrew Powell, barrister of 4 Paper Buildings, considers recent surrogacy cases in this jurisdiction, developments in the European Court of Human Rights, calls for law reform and recent judgments concerning administrative errors by fertility clinics.
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