It looks like we’re inching closer and closer to another horror movie sequel, readers. The Purge 6 is in the works! The dystopian film and TV show franchise began back in 2013 with the original film, depicting what would happen
Hearings in the Supreme Court are now shown live on the Court’s website.
On Wednesday 14th june the Court will hand-down judgment in JTI POLSKA Sp. Zoo and others v Jakubowski and others  UKSC 19. The Court will
On Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30thth march the Court will hear the case of Jalla and another v Shell International Trading and Shipping Company and another, on appeal from  EWCA 63. This case concerns the Bonga oil
There are many important amendments that have recently come into effect or will soon be for Pennsylvania business associations. Late last year, then-Gov. Tom Wolf signed House Bill 2057 into law (known as Act 122). Through this legislation, the “Associations
In this post, Frankie McPeanne, a trainee solicitor, and Emma Pinkerton, a Partner, both in the Real Estate Disputes team at CMS, preview the decision awaited from the Supreme Court in Wolverhampton City Council and others (Respondents) v London Gypsies
On appeal from  EWCA Civ 1521
The Appellant (“Blacks”) rented commercial retail premises from the Respondent (“S&H”) under two successive leases dated 2013 and 2018 (the “leases”). The leases stated that S&H as landlord should provide a certificate each
On appeal from  CSHI 51
This appeal is concerned with the provision of community care services to disabled persons pursuant to the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 (the “1968 Act”) and the charges made for such provision.
In this post Rebecca Khan, a Legal Support Assistant at Matrix Chambers, comments on the case of Khan v Meadows  UKSC 21 – handed down on the 18th of June 2021. This appeal raised important questions about the application
In a new court filing, Biden said student debt will not be canceled before October 23.
The filing was
On appeal from:  EWCA 1579
This case concerns whether the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) permits a variation to a restraint order to cover reasonable legal expenses in respect of civil proceedings founded on the same or similar