Public Law

Apologies to regular readers for the infrequent blogging over the last couple of months, we’ve been battling some gremlins that were affecting our ability to send updates to subscribers. Said gremlins have now been successfully microwaved, however, and you can look forward to much more frequent insights into public law issues over the next few weeks.

In the meantime, I thought I’d take the opportunity to recap what we got up to while the alerts were down, for the benefit of all you public law completists out there. So:

  • Click here for an update on the CMA’s energy market investigation;
  • Here and here for posts on FOISA’s tenth anniversary;
  • Here for a preview of the now-in-force Land and Buildings Transaction Tax; and
  • Here and here for a couple of updates on protective expenses orders in the Scottish courts.

Stay tuned for more up-to-date items in the days ahead.

 

 

Charles Livingstone

Partner at Brodies LLP
Charles works with a broad range of commercial, public sector, charitable and individual clients, advising them on public law issues including judicial review, human rights, information law and the powers and duties of local and other public authorities. He is named by Chambers & Partners in both Competition Law and Administrative & Public Law.
Charles Livingstone

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