A committal order, even if suspended, was a last resort normally reserved for serious, intentional, and in most cases, repeated contempt of court which had been established by due process. In the instant case, the judge had erred in making a suspended...
 All ER (D) 165 (Apr) | Thu, 10/04/2003
The principle that an employer could be liable for acts of race and sex discrimination by third parties over whom they had control could also be applied to the disability discrimination legislation, so that an employer could be liable for disability...
 All ER (D) 23 (May) | Wed, 9/04/2003
A circuit judge authorised under s68 of the to deal with the business of the Technology and Construction Court, and who had not, by an oversight, been authorised by the Lord Chancellor under s9(1) of the Act to sit as a judge of the High Court, was...
 All ER (D) 154 (Apr) | Wed, 9/04/2003
The court considered the application of the doctrine of repudiation of contracts in a situation where the defendant alleged that the contract had been repudiated on the basis that the claimant had failed to perform its various obligations thereunder...
 All ER (D) 212 (Apr) | Wed, 9/04/2003
R (on the application of Hollingworth and others) v Specialist Training Authority of the Medical Royal Colleges
The word 'specialty' in art12 of the European Specialist Medical Qualifications Order 1995 had to be construed as meaning no more than a field of medicine in which consultants had been appointed in the past.
 All ER (D) 108 (Apr) | Tue, 8/04/2003
Mamidoil-Jetoil Greek Petroleum Company SA and another v Okta Crude Oil Refinery AD Moil-Coal Trading Company Ltd v Okta Crude Oil Refinery AD
It would be of considerable importance that in the rare cases in which it would be appropriate to make an application to set aside the grant of permission to appeal or to impose conditions on the grant of permission, that application should be made...
 All ER (D) 30 (Jun) | Fri, 4/04/2003
An originating application issued by a trade union on behalf of its members without authority was not a nullity where it was ratified by those members after the applicable period of limitation for the claim had expired.
 All ER (D) 136 (May) | Fri, 4/04/2003
The hearing date was the relevant date for the purposes of s1 of the 1938 Act. However, the ground of special circumstances contained within s1(5)(e) could include whether any of the other grounds in s1(5) were satisfied at the commencement of...
 All ER (D) 86 (Apr) | Fri, 4/04/2003
On the true construction of reg 3090(1) of the Queen's Regulations for the Royal Air Force in order to 'be awarded an attributable family pension', an applicant had to be an 'eligible survivor' of 'an officer or airman' who had died 'from causes...
 All ER (D) 79 (Apr) | Fri, 4/04/2003
The defendant's conviction for an offence of doing an act tending or intended to pervert the course of justice was unsafe because the judge had wrongly rejected a submission of no case to answer.
 All ER (D) 87 (Apr) | Fri, 4/04/2003