When24 Nov, 2014
WhereThe Bloomsbury, 16-22 Great Russel Street,
Goldsmiths Centre, 42 Britton St, London EC1M 5AD
Monday 24 November | 6pm Registration for 6.30pm start | 1 CPD Point
The Supreme Court judgment in this challenge to the lawfulness of Haringey Council’s consultation on its proposed Council Tax Reduction Scheme has wide-ranging consequences for all public consultation exercises and public processes that determine legal rights. This seminar considers the implications of the judgment in Moseley v Haringey, including for commercial and regulatory challenges.
Chaired by Ian Wise QC
Ian Wise QC acted for Mrs Moseley (and the previous claimant Mrs Stirling) throughout the proceedings.
- Facts of Moseley v Haringey and approach of High Court and Court of Appeal
Alex Rook, Partner at Irwin Mitchell (solicitor for Mrs Moseley and Mrs Stirling)
- Supreme Court’s judgment in Moseley v Haringey
Steve Broach, Monckton Chambers
- The implications of Moseley v Haringey for commercial organisations
Gerry Facenna, Monckton Chambers
How to register
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