Aidan Vine QC and Douglas Allen appear in ‘Higher Value’ Human Rights Damages Claim


27th Feb 2017 | News


The judgment gives defining guidance on how to manage the interface between care proceedings and human rights claims, the application of the legal aid charge, and when and how to negotiate, and if required, pursue a human rights claim when it arises alongside care proceedings.

The judgement is available here.


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