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Denis Edwards practises in all areas of Public law, EU Law and Environmental Law. His extensive public law and judicial review practice includes all of the fields of local government law, including planning, education law and community care. His EU law practice includes environmental law, public procurement, VAT, the four freedoms and social security law.
Denis has represented both claimants and defendants, including central and local government in numerous judicial review claims and appeared in courts and tribunals at all levels, including the Supreme Court, House of Lords, Court of Appeal, High Court, Upper Tribunal, First Tier Tribunal and Employment Tribunal. He has extensive experience of acting for and advising claimants and regulatory bodies in several areas governed by EU law, including VAT, health and safety at work, environmental law, food law, data protection and information law. He has particular specialisms on the implications of VAT for land and also in all areas of marine licensing and planning, including harbour orders.
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When a school in Wales has imposed a fixed term exclusion and the parents do not accept the exclusion despite it being lawful, is there any sanction that can be imposed on the parents for sending their child to school during the term of the exclusion? Either by the school or the LEA?
Where a discovery amendment has been made to the tax return of a dissolved, trading limited liability partnership under section 30B of the Taxes Management Act 1970, how can this be appealed?
Would decommissioning a site be subject to the polluter pays principle? Would this be subject to state aid? Would accepting historic risks be subject to the polluter pays principle?
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Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, Canada
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