Monthly Archives: May 2017

Education Law Update – May 2017

Published: 04/05/2017 | Newsletters

Contents News Office of the Schools Adjudicator Report 2015-6: Admission Appeals – Where are we now? Students want bang for their buck: Private law claims for breach of duty in the field of educational provision Examining University Complaints Procedures with Academic Rigor: An explanation of the role of the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for […]

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Tom Bourne-Arton successful in having costs enforced following discontinuance

Published: 02/05/2017 | News

Tom Bourne-Arton succeeds in an application to have costs enforced, following a discontinuance, on the grounds of fundamental dishonesty. The case concerned a claim that the Defendant’s driver had overtaken the Claimant when it was not safe and had to cut back into his lane to avoid oncoming traffic. The photographs taken immediately after the […]

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