R (British American Tobacco & Ors) v Secretary of State for Health (The “Tobacco Packaging” case)  EWHC 1169 (Admin)
Monica Feria-Tinta examines the high-profile Tobacco Packaging case, decided by the High Court last 19th of May. She argues that the case exemplifies the convergence (and complex inter-action) of many areas of the law such as common law, EU law, and Public International Law (human rights) in dispute settlement today in England. It also exemplifies the concurrent availability of fora (domestic courts, International courts, and international arbitral tribunals) that may be called upon, to adjudicate on different aspects of a case, reflecting the complexity of law practice today.
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