This is a list of judgments given by the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom between the court's inception on 1 October 2009 and the most recent judgments. Cases are listed in order of their neutral citation and where possible a link to the official text of the decision in PDF format has been provided.. Unless otherwise noted, cases were heard by a panel of 5 judges In February 2021, the UK Supreme Court handed down its judgment in Okpabi and others v Royal Dutch Shell Plc and another UKSC 3. The decision clarifies the position in relation to the liability of..
Courts are not bound by decisions of courts lower in the hierarchy. So for example the Court of Appeal is not bound to follow earlier decisions of the High Court on the same point. Courts are bound by the decisions of courts that are higher in the hierarchy. So for example the Court of Appeal is bound by decisions of the Supreme Court A similar task falls to the Supreme Court by virtue of the Human Rights Act 1998, which requires that decisions of the European Court of Human Rights be 'taken into account' by domestic courts adjudicating cases under the Act (s.2). The broader constitutional role of the Human Rights Act is more fundamental, for it permits the majority of the rights contained in the European Convention on. The UK Supreme Court will, on Friday 15 January, hand down its decision in the non-damage business interruption insurance test case. The test litigation is the first of its kind in the UK, and the ruling will affect around 60 insurers and 370,000 policyholders Fri 19 Feb 2021 12.10 EST 224 The UK supreme court has dismissed Uber's appeal against a landmark employment tribunal ruling that its drivers should be classed as workers with access to the minimum.. Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks was unlawful, the Supreme Court has ruled. Judges said it was wrong to stop MPs carrying out duties in the run-up to the Brexit..
Today, 5 February 2021, the UK Supreme Court has handed down the long-awaited judgment on the extra-territoriality of the Serious Fraud Office's powers to obtain documents. The Supreme Court held that Section 2 Notices do not have extra-territorial effect against a foreign company that does not carry on business in the UK The most significant and historic constitutional court ruling that we've had in all of our lifetimes. That was the verdict of Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on today's Supreme Court's ruling that Boris Johnson's decision to suspend the U.K. parliament was unlawful and therefore had, in effect, never actually happened Businesses in the British Isles are likely to welcome the landmark decision of the UK Supreme Court on 1 April 2020 1 that WM Morrison Supermarkets was not vicariously liable for the damage caused to members of its staff as a result of the misappropriation of their personal information by a colleague
The much anticipated decision of the UK Supreme Court in a test case addressing insurance coverage issues arising in connection COVID-19 business interruption (BI) claims was handed down on January 15, 2021 in FCA v. Arch Insurance (UK) Ltd., UKSC 1 The 19 February judgment by the Supreme Court decided that under UK employment law, Uber drivers are classified as workers, who are therefore entitled to work benefits such as paid holiday. Uber had argued that the drivers were independent, third-party contractors The UK Supreme Court has been bolstering the role of Parliament for a while now. In 2017, the court held that despite the Brexit referendum vote, then-Prime Minister Theresa May could not take the.. The competing English and Scottish court decisions were immediately sent to the UK's highest court on appeal; the justices rushed back from holiday to fast-track the hearing. A panel of 11 judges.. The UK Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful. The ruling was unanimous, and no further appeal by the government is possible...
Subject: UK Supreme Court BI decision 'could muddle reinsurance Covid-19 response' Add a personalized message to your email. Cancel. Send. Please Note: Only individuals with an active subscription will be able to access the full article. All other readers will be directed to the abstract and would need to subscribe. Sign In To Set a Search Alert. Finish creating your saved search alert after. Unwired Planet v Huawei - Supreme Court decision. 26 August 2020. The long-awaited UK Supreme Court decision in Unwired Planet v Huawei was published this morning - the appeal was dismissed and Unwired Planet was successful. This confirms that the UK courts will continue to have the ability to determine FRAND licences that apply worldwide. This decision has significant implications for. The Supreme Court's decision in the test case will result in coverage for a number of COVID-19 BI claims which otherwise had been in dispute in the UK. While the Supreme Court applied a narrow interpretation to disease clauses, its accompanying causation analysis will likely lead to a greater number of claims being covered under BI extensions. The decision also widens the scope of prevention.
Historic ruling: The Supreme Court has ruled that Boris Johnson suspended UK Parliament unlawfully.The landmark decision was unanimous. Calls for Johnson to resign: Reacting to this morning's. The Supreme Court's analysis of issues relating to causation in insurance cases, its rejection of insurers' arguments on the application of standard trends clauses in property damage/business interruption policies, and its over-ruling of the insurer-friendly decision in the Orient Express Hotels case, all mean that the judgment is likely to have long-lasting implications for the. Uber is reviewing how it treats thousands of drivers in the United Kingdom after the Supreme Court upheld a ruling that they should be classified as workers and not independent contractors
. Begum was found in a camp in Syria two years back. The Home Secretary removed her British citizenship soon thereafter.