Now online, free to view: GCN Webinar – Antisocial behaviour and the Coronavirus pandemic: defending injunction proceedings

5 May 2020

Concerns around social distancing and the spread of the Coronavirus infection have led to an increase in applications for anti-social behaviour injunctions, seemingly as an alternative means to enforce Government guidance. At this free webinar, James Stark, Elizabeth Mottershaw, Rory O’Ryan and Gary Willock covered:

  • The ramifications of using ASB injunctions to regulate behaviour during the Coronavirus pandemic, including the impact of breach
  • Defending injunctions made without notice (ex parte)
  • Issues of statutory construction
  • General defences
  • Undertakings during the Coronavirus pandemic

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