caselaw

  • PIP – caselaw and tactics


    training course

    This half-day course includes a round up of the latest personal independence payment (PIP) caselaw. Practical examples give advisers the chance to discuss the latest caselaw developments, and consider the impact of recent decisions and other developments on tactics for PIP appeals. Participants will have the opportunity to share their own experiences and ideas.

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  • Social security law update


    training course

    Social security law and tax credit law can change from day to day and advisers need to keep abreast of developments to advise their clients correctly. Arranged under topic headings and concentrating on caselaw, this essential one-day course looks at the most important changes in benefit and tax credits law from the previous six months.

     

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  • Using legislation and caselaw

    Level: Standard

    training course

    Advisers regularly deal with complex areas of social security and tax credits law. This one-day course explores some of the legal skills required by lay advisers, and gives information on different aspects of the legal system.

    The course covers:

    • Legal research skills – finding the law and legal precedents
    • Using legislation – acts, regulations and caselaw
    • Using the annotated guides – social security legislation (Sweet and Maxwell)
    • Interpreting legislation
    • Information on using the internet for legal research

     

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  • In the bag? Tribunals and less favourable decisions

    Issue 247 (August 2015)
    article

    Simon Osborne reviews some recent guidance offered in the caselaw about the ability of tribunals to make decisions more adverse to the appellant than the one under appeal.

  • Recent WCA caselaw

    Issue 239 (April 2014)
    article

    Simon Osborne reviews some important recent caselaw about the work capability assessment (WCA).

  • Permanent residence: settled

    Issue 226 (February 2012)
    article

    Martin Williams provides a round-up of the caselaw on when a European Economic Area (EEA) national or her/his family member will have a permanent right of residence as a result of residing in the UK for five years.

  • Court of Appeal victory in 'Pedro': mums in the ascendancy

    Issue 211 (February 2010)
    article

    Graham Tegg reports on a CPAG test case.

  • Right to reside: some positive case law

    Issue 213 (December 2009)
    article

    Graham Tegg reports on some positive developments from the European Court of Justice (ECJ).

  • B – The end of a long and winding road

    Issue 227 (April 2012)
    article

    In this article, Sarah Clarke looks at the B case and its history, together with the related case of Hinchy v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2005] UKHL 16, which ran alongside it.

  • DLA and AA Case Law Pack


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    DLA & AA

    Price £54.50 (printed book); £47.50 (USB version); £78.50 (book plus USB version) c.1,000 pages - ISBN 978-0-956942-06-7 

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