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Month: January 2024


Court of Appeal upholds suspension for covid conspiracy doctor

The recent case of Adil v General Medical Council [2023] EWCA Civ 1261 considered a doctor’s right to freedom of expression under Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights (“ECHR”). Article 10 of the ECHR states: Freedom of expression Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. This right shall include freedom to…

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How much should I pay in child maintenance/how much child maintenance should I receive?

Whether or not you are married, if you have children, you will need to consider not only contact arrangements (which we talk about here), but also financial ones to ensure their needs are met. The first port of call would be the Child Maintenance Service (the ‘CMS’), which has primary jurisdiction to make a child…

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Reverse summary judgment application fails in claim against Geo TV

On 27 November 2023, the High Court handed down judgment on the Defendant’s application for summary judgment in Iqbal v GEO TV Ltd [2023] EWHC 3024 (KB) Background This claim has its origins in the fractious arena of Pakistani politics.  The Claimant Salman Iqbal is the founder and president of ARY Digital Network, one of…

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12 points on my licence: what happens next?

Many drivers, particularly those who travel large mileages every year, rack up penalty points on their licence through committing motoring offences. As the number of penalty points increase on a driver’s licence, this leads to increased insurance premiums but also a heightened risk of being disqualified from driving if there are unfortunate enough to accumulate…

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