Helen Trotter has successfully defended Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs before the Central London Employment Tribunal.
Naomi Gyane recently represented a Defendant charged with three offences under the Road Traffic Act 1988, including failing to stop. The Defendant at 23 years old had already amassed convictions leading to disqualification from driving for 20 months and 6 points on his current licence.
London based Merlin Financial Consultants were in the High Court this week, pursuing former adviser Jonathan Cooper for £224,000 over allegedly breaching a non-competition agreement.
Nigel Pascoe QC was instructed on behalf of the CPS in what is believed to be a legal first, as Adam Cross was retried for murder after originally being convicted of the grievous bodily harm of Joseph Starzacher in 20
Pump Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Desmond Bloom Davis has been appointed as a District Judge on the Western Circuit.
A Nurse who developed an unhealthy relationship with 'high-risk' patient has been barred from the profession. Monika Sobiecki presented the case before the NMC.
Richard Tutt prosecuted a Customs’ case in which Krystian Konieczny, a Polish national, was sentenced to 2 years’ imprisonment at the Crown Court at Bournemouth following a guilty plea to the evasion of import duties of
Adam Gadd is currently acting on behalf Entico Corp in respect of two unfair dismissal claims on the grounds of sexual harassment, brought two former sales executives.
The scope of the jurisdiction of the Court of Protection (“COP”) is extremely broad: the elderly, the young, the vulnerable all being incapacitated in a variety of ways.