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DAVID SOUTHALL v GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL

In the circumstances, where the General Medical Council's Fitness to Practise Panel had provided inadequate reasons for its finding that a consultant paediatrician was guilty of serious professional misconduct, it was inappropriate to remit the case to the panel for amplification. However, the case was remitted for the GMC to determine whether it was appropriate to pursue the charges before a fresh panel.

R (on the application of (1) ANTHONY MCINTYRE (2) ELAINE MCINTYRE) v GENTOO GROUP LTD

The requirement under an assured tenancy agreement that a registered social landlord could not unreasonably withhold its consent in deciding whether its tenants could exchange homes with each other involved a contractual relationship that possessed a public law dimension, and judicial review of the landlord's decision was refused where private law remedies were available and had not been used.

Bearing the burden

The current market continues to keep commercial solicitors busy, and the introduction of the Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme will present a whole new set of challenges, say Victoria Edwards and Janet Matthews

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