Judicial Committee of the Privy Council hearing appeal by Botas against the enforcement of two arbitral awards
The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council is hearing an appeal by Botaş against the enforcement of two arbitral awards issued in favour of Tepe Inşaat Sanayii AŞ (Jersey), for US$ 100 million. The Court of Appeal had agreed to enforce the awards and rejected an argument that the Republic of Turkey was entitled to […]
Leung Chun Kwong v Secretary for the Civil Service and Commissioner of Inland Revenue  HKCA 318.
The Hong Kong Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in a case brought by a civil servant in a same sex marriage who was seeking equivalent benefits to those afforded (opposite sex) couples whose marriages are recognised in HK. Mr Leung married in New Zealand where same sex marriage is recognised. The case raised […]
Ayesha Christie to speak on ‘Medicine and migration: the legal rights of refugees’ at Euroanaesthesia conference
Ayesha Christie will speak at the upcoming Euroanaesthesia conference in Copenhagen this Saturday 2nd June 2018. Her talk will address the legal rights of refugees and foreign nationals suffering from serious mental or physical illnesses to be protected from expulsion. She will cover recent developments in the European Court of Human Rights and the Court […]