Emma Boffey

Emma Boffey

Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Saltire Court
20 Castle Terrace
Edinburgh
EH1 2EN
United Kingdom
Languages English

Emma is an Associate in the Dispute Resolution team at CMS.

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Education

  • 2012 – Diploma in Professional Legal Practice, University of Strathclyde
  • 2010 – LL.B (First Class Honours, University of Strathclyde
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1 June 2018
Ker­nel: Sum­mer 2018
The Scot­land Food and Drink Bul­let­in
10/01/2019
A tale of two Acts: UK Su­preme Court rules on the com­pet­ency of Scot­tish...
In an ac­tion packed month for Brexit ob­serv­ers, it would have been easy to have missed the sig­ni­fic­ance of the UK Su­preme Court’s de­cision in the mat­ter of THE UK WITH­DRAW­AL FROM THE EUROPEAN UNI­ON (LEG­AL CON­TINU­ITY) (SCOT­LAND) BILL – A Ref­er­ence by the At­tor­ney.
4 December 2017
Ker­nel: Winter Edi­tion
The Scot­land Food and Drink Bul­let­in
10/12/2018
A real al­tern­at­ive: CJEU con­firms UK can uni­lat­er­ally re­voke its no­ti­fic­a­tion...
Ex­ec­ut­ive sum­mary The Court of Justice of the EU (“CJEU”) has this morn­ing ad­vised that the UK may uni­lat­er­ally re­voke its no­ti­fic­a­tion un­der Art­icle 50 of the Treaty of the European Uni­on (“Art­icle 50”).
22/11/2018
Art­icle 50: The third way
UK Su­preme Court re­fuses per­mis­sion to ap­peal against de­cision to ask CJEU if, and how, the UK's no­ti­fic­a­tion to leave the EU un­der Art­icle 50 can be re­voked Ex­ec­ut­ive sum­mary There have been con­tra­dict­ory views as to wheth­er, once is­sued, a no­ti­fic­a­tion un­der.
24/09/2018
The third way? Courts to ask CJEU if, and how, the UK’s no­ti­fic­a­tion...
Ex­ec­ut­ive sum­mary There have been con­tra­dict­ory views as to wheth­er, once is­sued, a no­ti­fic­a­tion un­der Art­icle 50 of the Treaty of the European Uni­on (“Art­icle 50”) can be re­voked, with Lord Kerr (the au­thor of Art­icle 50) in par­tic­u­lar be­ing clear in his.
08/08/2018
Open ses­ame: ap­peal court up­holds de­cision to pub­lish “com­mer­cially...
The In­ner House of the Court of Ses­sion in Scot­land (the prin­cip­al court of ap­peal for civil claims in Scot­land) has up­held the de­cision at first in­stance to re­fuse to grant an in­ter­dict (the Scot­tish equi­val­ent of in­junc­tion) to pre­vent a pub­lic in­quiry from.
23/07/2018
Chal­lenge to the Scot­tish Par­lia­ment’s Brexit Bill to be heard by...
This week, the UK Su­preme Court will hear the much-an­ti­cip­ated chal­lenge by the UK Gov­ern­ment’s Law Of­ficers, the At­tor­ney Gen­er­al and the Ad­voc­ate Gen­er­al for Scot­land, against the Brexit le­gis­la­tion passed by the Scot­tish Par­lia­ment.
31/05/2018
Open ses­ame: Court re­fuses to pre­vent dis­clos­ure of “com­mer­cially...
The Court of Ses­sion in Scot­land has re­fused to grant an in­ter­dict (the Scot­tish equi­val­ent of in­junc­tion) to pre­vent a pub­lic in­quiry from pub­lish­ing “com­mer­cially sens­it­ive” in­form­a­tion, which was al­leged to carry with it a “very real risk of sig­ni­fic­ant.
15/11/2017
UK Su­preme Court dis­misses ap­peal against min­im­um pri­cing for al­co­hol...
This morn­ing, the UK Su­preme Court handed down its judg­ment in the ap­peal brought by the Scotch Whisky As­so­ci­ation, spir­its EUROPE and CEEV against the Scot­tish Min­is­ters, re­gard­ing their plans to in­tro­duce min­im­um pri­cing for al­co­hol in Scot­land.
13/11/2017
De­cision time: UK Su­preme Court due to rule on Min­im­um Pri­cing for...
Earli­er this year, the UK Su­preme Court heard the much an­ti­cip­ated ap­peal brought by the Scotch Whisky As­so­ci­ation, spir­it­sEUROPE and CEEV against the Scot­tish Min­is­ters, re­gard­ing their plans to in­tro­duce min­im­um pri­cing for al­co­hol in Scot­land.