Our clients, Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan, are calling for all couples to have access to civil partnerships in a case being heard in the Supreme Court. Since 2013, same-sex couples have been able to choose between marriage or civil partnership, but the Government has resisted...

Our client, who wishes to remain anonymous, has been granted permission and costs protection, in her judicial review challenge of her local Council’s policy on how strip clubs should be licensed. After a successful judicial review of Sheffield City Council by our client last year, in...

DPG client secures High Court injunction allowing her to sit her A-levels next week. A few weeks ago our client was, like many teenagers in the UK, preparing to take her A-levels.  She then received a letter from the Home Office informing her that her reporting...

DPG client David Buxton, Deaf campaigner and CEO of Action on Disability has been interviewed by BBC See Hear in connection with the Access to Work cap. Access to Work is a scheme aimed at helping deaf and disabled people in work. Awards are now...

Following a hearing in December 2017, the Court of Appeal has declared the data retention provision of the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014 (“DRIPA”) to be unlawful, following the landmark judgment of the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the EU...

The Times has recognised Daniel Carey, Associate Solicitor at Deighton Pierce Glynn, as their “Lawyer of the Week” for his work representing Rights Watch (UK) in the Upper Tribunal Administrative Appeals Chamber. The case concerned a Freedom of Information Act appeal against a refusal by...

On 18 January 2018, Mr Justice Walker sitting in the High Court declared as unlawful the requirement for a “nomination form” in order for cohabitees to secure survivor pensions under the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) in England and Wales. The decision affects the position of...