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.
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
F v R  EWCOP 49
Best interests decision arising from an application by R's father for authority to execute a deed of settlement so that R’s inheritance is held in a disabled person's trust.
SCC v FP & Ors  EWCOP 30
Judgment concerning whether it is in the best interests of a vulnerable 36 year old woman, FP to be deprived of direct contact with her mother. FP lacks capacity to make decisions about residence, care, and contact with others.
An ICB & RN & TN  EWCOP 41
Capacity and best interests decision concerning a 22 year old and whether he should receive the covid vaccine.
Judgment concerning best interests of A and whether she should receive covert medical treatment and reporting of proceedings where there had been closed and open hearings.
Applications by NHS trust seeking declarations that MB lacked capacity for making decisions about treatment for suspected T-cell lymphoma and for authorisation of a treatment plan.
Case summaries on every Court of Protection case & other relevant decisions with links to the full judgment where available.
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