Challenging public authority consultations using the Supreme Court’s judgment in Moseley v Haringey


24 Nov, 2014    
6:00pm - 9:00pm


The Bloomsbury
The Bloomsbury, 16-22 Great Russel Street, London, WC1B 3NN

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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
Our seminars are free to attend. To ensure your place, please RSVP to Claire Alderman or call 020 7405 7211.