Judgment concerning capacity in relation to contact and care where PG's capacity may fluctuate .
D v S  EWCOP 8
Judgment concerning D’s capacity and best interests in divorce proceedings.
Application for declarations that R lacks capacity to decide whether her unborn baby should be delivered pre-term by elective Caesarean section and that this would be in her best interests.
Best interests judgment concerning the residence of M, a 40 year old man who lacks capacity, where the family strongly opposes him living away from the family home.
A Local Authority v H  EWCOP 4
Judgment concerning the capacity of an eighteen year old who has had her liberty restricted because she presents a risk to others.
Contempt of court hearing arising from the defendant’s breaches of orders relating to contact with her daughter, FP, who is living in a placement having been diagnosed with schizophrenia, a diagnosis the mother does not agree with. The judgment also deals with press reporting of the proceedings.
Application for a declaration regarding an advance decision and liability for withholding any treatment from JH
Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust & Lancashire County Council & AH  EWCOP 1
Best interests decision concerning AH, a female who may die if she mismanages her diabetes but who wants to return home from her current placement where she is unhappy
Application to determine whether DY has capacity to decide on his care and support arrangements in circumstances where his sexual behaviour may pose a threat to the public and current authorisation for deprivation of liberty is due to expire .
TN & NHS ICB & RN  EWCOP 53
Application for permission to appeal orders concerning whether a 22 year old should receive the Covid vaccine, a move vigorously opposed by his mother .
Case summaries on every Court of Protection case & other relevant decisions with links to the full judgment where available.
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