Is the goose cooked for preventative injunctions?

Following on from our recent seminar on preventative injunctions and hard on the heels of the London Borough of Bromley decision [2020] EWCA Civ 12 comes the Canada Goose judgment.

You can read our recent articles on both these important cases and on developments in the law generally here:

Members of Hardwicke have been pivotally involved in the development of the law in this area with Brie Stevens-Hoare QC acting in Vastint Leeds BV v Persons Unknown [2018] EWHC 2456 (Ch) and Steven Woolf for numerous local authorities and private entities seeking to protect green spaces, car parks etc.  Jack Dillon and Emily Betts also frequently appear in the Queen’s Bench and Chancery Divisions seeking urgent possession orders against persons unknown where no preventative injunctions are in place.  All four of these members were recently involved in a seminar on preventative injunctions which proved so popular that we reran it.  If you would like copies of the slides, please contact Sally Wollaston.

If you would like further information or a copy of the slides from our recent talk on preventative injunctions, please contact James Duncan-Hartill.


Related barristers

Brie Stevens-Hoare QC

Call: 1986 | Silk: 2013

Steven Woolf

Call: 1989

Emily Betts

Call: 2009

Jack Dillon

Call: 2012