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Cerise White takes a look at the important decision of Mr Justice Hayden in the case of SS v LB Richmond on Thames and SWL CCG where an application to vaccinate an incapacitated adult against COVID-19 was refused.
Our People - Cerise White
Katarzyna Podkowik considers the recent case of Devon Partnership NHS Trust v SSHSC which considered how assessments under the Mental Health Act should be conducted.
Our People - Katarzyna Podkowik
DP v London Borough of Hillingdon [2020] has substantial implications on the use of interim declarations in s21A proceedings in the Court of Protection.
Our People - Lilian Efstathiou
Alcohol and Capacity: When drinking to excess is merely an unwise decision and whether you have the capacity to make decisions about your care and residence.
Our People - Olivia Allen
Andrew Guile and Kris Gledhill look at how Hammerton v UK promted a change in the law.
Our People - Andrew Guile
Honnie Raju considers recent developments where a person or their family is seeking the withdrawal of life sustaining treatment.
Our People - GN
GN Law client awarded damages by the European Court of Human Rights for breaches of Articles 6 & 13.
Our People - Andrew Guile
Following the widespread coverage of the Supreme Court decision in Wyatt and Vince, many people, both practitioners and clients alike, have been left with questions about the impact of the case on matrimonial financial proceedings.
Our People - GN
On 29 January 2015, the Department of Health published a report on what progress has been made against tackling abuse of the vulnerable and elderly following the horrendous situation uncovered at Winterbourne View care home in 2012. The question is, has any real progress been made?
Our People - Maria Nicholas
This is yet another case that continues a worrying trend of the courts allowing the police to keep data.
Our People - Andrew Guile

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