Webinar available: An introduction to Public Inquiries

The post below was first published on our Public Law blog The Administrative and Public Law team hosted a Policy Matters webinar on public inquiries on Thursday 10 September 2020. Hosted by Associate Sahil Kher, the webinar featured insights from Andrew Lidbetter (the head of HSF’s Administrative and Public Law practice in London) and Nusrat … Read more

Government’s terms of reference for review of the judicial review process

Upon the Government announcing on 31 July a review of judicial review and the membership of the review panel, the Government also published its terms of reference (the “Terms of Reference”) for the review. The review will focus on whether reform to the judicial review process and other aspects of public law decision making is … Read more

EU Hydrogen Strategy – a call to action

The post below was first published on our Energy blog On 8 July 2020, the European Commission (the “Commission“) published its European Hydrogen Strategy (the “Hydrogen Strategy“) and launched the industry-led European Clean Hydrogen Alliance (the “ECHA” or the “Alliance“). Read more

Public law horizon-scanning podcast series

The post below was first published on our Public Law blog We are pleased to share with you this three part horizon-scanning podcast series from the public law team. In this series, Nusrat Zar and Shameem Ahmad are joined by James McBride from Hanbury Strategy, a strategic advisory firm that provides political insight and analysis. … Read more

Foreign investment: Rising tides of politics in regulation

The post below was first published on our Competition blog We are delighted to share with you our newly updated report on Foreign Investment: Rising Tides of Politics in Regulation, which reflects a swathe of recent changes to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) regimes around the world against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more