Lorraine Harris reviews the case of Parkinson which now clarifies the extremely limited use of Article 2 in cases of death following medical treatment, as well as the difficulty of challenging the decision making of a Coroner. Analysis at the close of the article reveals the salient points of the case.
The importance of Domicile issues in cases dealing with the estates of deceased persons is often overlooked. The increase in immigration in recent decades means that it is increasingly frequent for lawyers to be dealing with cases in which there is some ‘foreign element’.
On 12 May 2020, Huw Lippiatt and Philippa Hildyard will be hosting a seminar entitled ‘Familial Child Sexual abuse – where are we at? A review of ‘the multi-agency responses to child sex abuse in the family environment’ report, Re AA & 25 others  EWFC 64, and our experience of recent multi-party proceedings’. They […]
Zoom Seminar on 22 June 2020: “Parental Leave During the Pandemic: preparing to get back to an uncertain workplace”
“Parental Leave During the Pandemic: preparing to get back to an uncertain workplace” Monday 22 June 2020, 1.30pm via Zoom A seminar for solicitors and barristers hosted by Wendy Showell Nicolas, psychotherapist, regarding the emotional, practical and professional impact of returning to work after a period of parental leave, with discussions about the effect of […]
PSQB is holding a virtual seminar entitled ‘Paternity – How not to do it & Parental Alienation – A user guide for Lawyers’. The event will be held via Zoom at 5.30pm on 23 June 2020. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by 22 June if you would like to attend.