The public sector equality duty (“PSED”) imposed by section 149 of the Equality Act 2010 is a procedural obligation that requires public bodies to have due regard to the equality needs listed in that section when exercising their functions. This
This appeal relates to the interpretation of the Immigration Rules, in particular the Tier 1 (Investor) Migrant regime (as in force in December 2017 – it has since been closed). This regime was designed to grant leave to remain to
In this post, Isabel Emerson, Senior Associate, and Anna Walsh, Partner, in the Clinical Risk and Medical Advisory and Professional Discipline and Regulatory team at CMS preview the decision awaited from the Supreme Court in Paul and another v Royal
Hearings in the Supreme Court are now shown live on the Court’s website.
On Tuesday 16th to Thursday 18th may the Court will hear the case of Polmear and another v Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, on appeal
On Wednesday 19th April the Court will hand-down judgment in Morgan and others v Ministry of Justice (Northern Ireland)  UKSC 14. The Court will determine whether Section 30 of the Counter Terrorism and Sentence Act 2021 is incompatible
In this post, Jack Prytherch, Of Counsel in the Tax team at CMS, previews the decision awaited from the Supreme Court in Commissioners for His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs v Vermilion Holdings Limited. The appeal was heard by the
In this post, Eilidh Douglas, Senior Associate in the ICE Disputes team at CMS, previews the case of Republic of Mozambique v Privinvest Shipbuilding SAL (Holding) and Ors, which was heard by the UK Supreme Court on 24 and 25
In this post, Ross Ludlow, Legal Support Assistant at Matrix Chambers, comments on the case of R v Maughan (Northern Ireland)  UKSC 13. This case is considered the Northern Irish approach to reduction in sentences for defendants who
On August 2, 2022, Senators Bob Menendez (D-New Jersey) and Marco Rubio (R-Florida) introduced the Sanctioning Supporters of Slave Labor Act, legislation that would expand the categories of persons that could be sanctioned under the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act
Big Hit Music has released new statements about its legal response to the violation of its artists’ rights.
On June 29, Big Hit Music shared two separate statements regarding the protection of its artists BTS and TXT against personal attacks