Post date: 18th Oct 2012
By Matthew Scott

Matthew Scott writes in The Times about the new Justice Secretary’s proposal to amend the law on self-defence.

Post date: 17th Oct 2012
By Heather Platt

Heather Platt recently appeared in this case in the Employment Appeal Tribunal for the appellant and was successful.  The case will be reported in the ICRs.

Post date: 21st Jul 2012
By Heather Platt

Chambers' Spencer Keen and Monika Sobiecki (2nd 6 pupil) appeared in the EAT on behalf of the Appellant and the Free Representation Unit

Post date: 20th Jul 2012
By Anonymous

R v Fitchett [2012] EWCA Crim 1375          

(from Crime Line)

Post date: 5th Jul 2012
By Heather Platt

Lechlade man Nicholas Saunders, 46, has been found guilty of having sex with his ex-wife’s bull mastiff dog.  Kelly Thacker told Gloucester Crown Court she was shocked to discover her ex-husband Saunders, in her bed having intercourse with the animal on January 15 last year.

Post date: 3rd May 2012
By admin

Who should read this:  Businesses who engage “self-employed” workers;  traditionally within construction, Car Hire and IT industries; employers of “contractors” or “casuals”.


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