21st Jul 2014

What constitutes reasonable financial provision for the independent adult child in claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975:    Not “Ilott”!

8th Jul 2014

Pump Court Chambers’ Transport Law Barrister Mark Ruffell successfully persuaded a Traffic Commissioner at Bristol to release a HGV that had been impounded by the DVSA (04.07.2014).

7th Jul 2014

Oba Nsugbe QC leading a group of Nigerian, UK & US lawyers has been instructed on behalf of the families of the victims of Dana Air Crash in June 2012, in the largest ever fatal accident claim brought in Nigerian Hi

2nd Jul 2014

Jennifer Lee has been successful in securing judgment for over 100k plus interests and costs in The High Court, Queen's Bench Division (Commercial Court), approximately four years after the client

23rd Jun 2014

Peter Barszczak, a Bakers Union shop steward, and his work colleague Mohammed Farooq worked at Hovis in Bradford. Peter suffered a work accident which was witnessed by Mohammed.

13th Jun 2014

Helen Trotter appeared in Exeter Employment Tribunal recently on behalf of the Rural Payment Agency, and was successful in resisting claims of unfair dismissal and age related discriminatio

11th Jun 2014

Paul Mertens yesterday obtained relief from sanctions for his client in a multi-track property claim that is due to be heard next week in Brighton County Court.  Placing reliance on the recent post-M

10th Jun 2014

Claims made by two Claimants that their manager and employer had sexually discriminated against them when the manager asked them for a ‘threesome’ were dismissed by the Central London Employment Tribunal last week in a case that has generated widespread media attention.

3rd Jun 2014

A man was spared custody today at Winchester Crown Court, having been found in breach of a 15 month Suspended Sentence Order.

The Defendant was handed the suspended sentence by Southwark Crown Court, but unfortunately breach that order 7 days later by assaulting a police officer.

2nd Jun 2014

A serving soldier with the Irish Guards Regiment was today found not guilty of rape following a four day trial at Winchester Crown Court. The trial centred around an incident involving a civilian visitor to the Regiment’s Barracks on the evening of the Champions League Final in May of last year.


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