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The Environment Agency (EA) must compensate a fisherman for the "severe and disproportionate" effect of conditions imposed on his fishing license limiting the number of fish he can catch in one year, the UK Supreme Court has ruled. 16 Feb 2018
ANALYSIS: The removal of the reference to 'promptness' from the judicial review rules in Northern Ireland may seem subtle, but the change will have a real impact on decision-making in boardrooms across the region. 18 Jan 2018
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The Court of Appeal has dismissed two challenges to the issue by the UK's HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) of notices requiring the payment of disputed tax upfront. The Court dismissed the taxpayers' appeals against two High Court decisions rejecting judicial... 15 Dec 2017
A legal challenge to plans to construct major new wind farms off the east coast of Scotland has been rejected by the UK's highest court. 09 Nov 2017
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