The Court of Appeal (Civil Division) – Live streaming of court hearings

How and why are court cases being streamed online?

Most cases from the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) are live-streamed on the judiciary’s YouTube channel.
Live-streaming of selected cases began in 2019 to improve public access to, and understanding of, the work of the courts. We are working towards making it possible for all appropriate cases to be live streamed

View previous cases on the Court of Appeal video archive page

Wednesday 24 May 2023

Miss Delaney’s Nursery Schools Ltd (claimant/respondent) v Avondale Park Ltd (defendant/appellant)

By Appellant’s Notice filed on 29 September 2022, the Defendant appeals the Order of Mr Justice Leech dated 8 September 2022 by which he granted an injunction that they should not interfere with the Claimant’s peaceful enjoyment of exclusive possession of the Property until and subject to any further order.

Background – The claim involves a dispute over the occupation of a property under a sub-lease granted in September 2014.

Wednesday 24 May 2023

Pitalia & anr (appellant) v NHS England (respondent)

By Appellants Notice filed on 10 October 2022, the two Claimants (C) appeal against the ” decision” and orders of HHJ Pearce, sitting in Manchester County Court, following his judgment dated 17 June 2022.

HHJ Pearce’s order dismissed C’s appeal [from the order of DJ Matharu dated 27 August 2021] and adjourned the question of costs to a consequentials hearing

HHJ Pearce’s order dated 20 September 2022 ordered Cs to pay D’s costs of the appeal.

Background:- Cs, both GPs, issued a claim arising out of a commercial contract between them and NHS England and its predecessors in title, for alleged non payment of a grant and under payment of rental reimbursement payments.

Thursday 25 May 2023

CR (appellant) v Director of Legal Aid Casework & ors (respondent)

The Appellant appeals (a) Mr Ockleton’s decision of 13 April 2022 to vary the Costs Capping Order (CCO) to apply only to costs incurred before the date of service of the order of 13 April 2022; and (b) Mrs Justice Collins Rice decision of 27 April 2022 to refuse the application for an oral renewal hearing of Mr Ockleton’s decision.

The background to these orders is the Appellant’s claim for judicial review of the Respondent’s refusal to grant legal aid for her SEND Tribunal appeal, filed on 3 November 2021. On 21 December 2021 the Appellant applied for a CCO in the absence of legal aid costs protection. Permission to apply for judicial review and a CCO were granted by Mr Tim Smith. On 01 March 2022 legal aid was granted and backdated to 10 December 2021. The Appellant sought to set aside the CCO ab initio. The Respondent argued it should be set aside prospectively only. On 13 April 2022 Mr Ockleton set aside the CCO on a prospective only basis on the papers. The Applicant applied for oral reconsideration of this decision. On 27 April 2022 Mrs Justice Collins Rice refused the application on the basis that the High Court lacks jurisdiction, and any challenge to Mr Ockleton’s order must be by appeal.

Thursday 25 May 2023

Re: B-S (a child)

By an Appellant’s Notice filed at this Court on 3 February 2023), this is an appeal the decision of Mr Justice MacDonald, sitting in the High Court of Justice – Family Division, dated 14 July 2022. The appellant is the paternal grandmother.

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