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.
Three judgments relating to proceedings involving the care of a very wealthy individual nearing the end of life and interaction with other proceedings and reporting restrictions.
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.
Court of Appeal judgment concerning the legal test to be applied by the Court of Protection when considering an injunction.
Judgment from Mostyn J clarifying points around participation of P, anonymity and the correctness of the standard transparency order.
Judgment concerning whether the public should be admitted to the Court of Protection proceedings concerning P and whether this judgment should be published.
Application by a daughter (WU), as representative for other family members, seeking orders that their mother (BU) lacks capacity to make decisions about her contact, restricting contact with another man and for a forced marriage protection order to be put in place.
Application to prevent publication of a video of a patient, P, in her treating hospital. The application was granted.
This judgment relates to the reasons of Theis J for granting a time limited extension for a reporting restriction order (‘RRO’).
The application was made out of hours on 2nd December 2015, concluding just before 10pm.
Case summaries on every Court of Protection case & other relevant decisions with links to the full judgment where available.
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