From Mental Health Law Online
(1) The function being discharged by the LSC in attempting to obtain files for peer review in accordance with contractual obligations did not have any public law dimension, so the decisions were not amenable to judicial review. (2) In any event: there were alternative contractual remedies; there was no realistic prospect of showing that the LSC acted unlawfully; there was no longer any live issue between the parties as the files had been delivered up. (3) Consideration would be given to the making of a civil restraint order.
- R (Hossacks) v Legal Services Commission (2012) EWCA Civ 1203, (2012) MHLO 106
- Hossack v Legal Services Commission (2011) EWCA Civ 788
- Hossack v Legal Services Commission  EWHC 698 (Admin)
- Hossack v Legal Services Commission (2010) EWHC 1457 (Admin)