Anthony Donne QC and Justin Gau defended Elliot Turner in a five week trial on a charge of murdering his girlfriend and perverting the Course of Public Justice at Winchester Crown Court.
To those familiar with the proposed changes to the Employment Tribunal system, there can be no doubt that costs applications and awards are going to play a greater part in tribunal proceedings.
The book is comprehensive guide to equine law, indispensable to owners, professionals and lawyers alike. Julie Mackenzie has been a horsewoman from an early age and has competed at many levels.
Pump Court Chambers were delighted to co-sponsor The Oxford Resolution Dinner at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford on 20th January 2012.
Jennifer Lee's latest article, "Much Obliged: The Level of Obligation Owed by Employers to Former Employees", has been published in the September edition of the NLJ (Vol. 161, Issue 7480).
Spencer Keen's article for the New Law Journal explores Autoclenz & the unique status of employment contracts. To read this article please click here