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Medicall Ambulance Ltd -v- H. S. E., Competition law, “undertakings”

By: Mark Tottenham BL on 30/03/2011

High CourtCooke J

High Court declares, by way of preliminary issue, that the HSE is an “undertaking” for the purposes of competition law when engaging in the provision of ambulance services.

H. S. E. -v- O’B, Mental health, jurisdiction of court to intervene

By: Mark Tottenham BL on 30/03/2011

High CourtBirmingham J

High Court holds that it has inherent jurisdiction to intervene to safeguard interests of an adult who lacked mental capacity to make decisions about his own welfare.

Chikhi & Anor -v-MJELR, Residence card, delay in review

By: Mark Tottenham BL on 30/03/2011

High CourtClarke J (Frank)

High Court grants order of mandamus, directing Minister to review application for residence card within 28 days.

Lamasz & Anor -v- MJELR, Residence card

By: Mark Tottenham BL on 30/03/2011

High CourtCooke J

High Court grants judicial review of refusal of residence card by Minister.

Saleem -v- MJELR, Immigration, statement of opposition

By: Mark Tottenham BL on 30/03/2011

High CourtClarke J (Frank)

High Court directs that respondent replead statement of opposition to clarify position on certain issues in statement of grounds.

Laycock -v- Gaughan & Ors, Medical negligence

By: Mark Tottenham BL on 30/03/2011

High CourtQuirke J

High Court dismisses plaintiff’s claim for damages for alleged medical negligence.

MJELR -v- Adam, European arrest warrant, delay

By: Mark Tottenham BL on 30/03/2011

High CourtEdwards J

High Court orders surrender of respondent to the Czech Republic, notwithstanding significant prosecutorial delay.

Saleem & Anor -v- MJELR, Refusal of residence card

By: Mark Tottenham BL on 30/03/2011

High CourtCooke J

High Court grants order of mandamus directing Minister to take a decision within 28 days on review of request for residence card.

MJELR -v- Sawczuk, European arrest warrant

By: Mark Tottenham BL on 30/03/2011

High CourtEdwards J

High Court orders surrender of respondent to Poland, notwithstanding allegations of inhumane prison conditions which might breach his human rights.

In re Michael McLoughlin (Pharmacy) Ltd, Examinership, scheme of arrangement

By: Mark Tottenham BL on 30/03/2011

High CourtClarke J (Frank)

High Court approves revised schemes of arrangement in relation to two related companies, having been satisfied that certain issues had been resolved.

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