Hearings in the Supreme Court are now shown live on the Court’s website.
On Wednesday 29thnd June, the Court will hand-down judgment in the case of Hastings v Finsbury Orthopaedics Ltd and another  UKSC 19. This case concerns the meaning of the term ‘defective’ within the terms of the Consumer Protection Act 1987 in the context of a hip replacement. The Court will be particularly concerned with whether the lower courts erred in law by not holding that the hip replacement was defective. Hand-down will take place at 09:45 in Courtroom One.
The following Supreme Court judgments remain outstanding: (As of 29/6/22)
The Law Debenture Trust Corporation plc v Ukraine (Represented by the Minister of Finance of Ukraine acting upon the instructions of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine) Nos. 2 and 3, heard 9-12 December 2019
BTI 2014 LLC v Sequana SA and Ors, heard 4 May 2021
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust v Flowers and Ors, heard 22 June 2021
Basfar v Wong, heard 13th-14th October
Harpur Trust v Brazel, heard 9th November 2021
Guest and another v Guest heard 3rd December 2021
Fearn and others v Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery heard 7th December 2021
Stanford International Bank Ltd (in liquidation) v HSBC Bank PLC, heard 19th January 2022
Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs v NCL Investments Ltd and another, heard 25th January 2022
DCM (Optical Holdings) Ltd v Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (Scotland), heard 8th February 2022
HA and RA (Iraq) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, heard 17th May 2022
AA (Nigeria) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, heard 17th May 2022
R v Luckhurst, heard 7th June 2022
Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs v NHS Lothian Health Board, heard 8th June 2022
Canada Square Operations Ltd v Potter, heard 14th June 2022
R v Andrewes, heard 21st June 2022.