The decision of the CJEU in King v Sash Windows C-214/16 CJEU has been widely reported and discussed. Mr King had worked for a considerable period of time- years, rather than months – without taking holiday. He had worked for a 13-year period but had been afforded the facility for exercise of the right to […]
Pump Court Chambers Criminal and Regulatory Team in association with Bartfields Forensic Accountants is pleased to invite you to our forthcoming Confiscation Law Update Seminar. This seminar will equip defence teams in confiscation cases to sharpen their challenge to prosecution assertions of benefit and available amount, buttressed by recent developments in case law. Venue One […]
Pump Court Chambers is delighted to announce that it has once again been recognised as a Leading Set within the 2018 edition of Chambers & Partners legal directory. Members have been recommended across a number of practice areas including Family, Crime and Employment with a number of improvements within individual rankings. Coverage of our Band 1 […]
Pump Court is delighted to announce the latest cohort of third six pupils to join chambers. Jesse Cook is a third six pupil building a practice in all areas of Chambers’ work. In addition to this, he has a strong interest in sports law and football related matters in particular. Outside of work Jesse uses […]
Grandparents are often important figures in their grandchildren’s lives. Victoria Ellis and Cordelia Williams discuss the position of grandparents when local authority involvement forces them to take a much more central role, this article which featured in the September edition of the Family Law Journal, can be viewed here.
Paul Mertens reviews the recent decision of Howlett v Davies  EWCA Civ 1696, the first case in which the Court of Appeal has considered the approach to “fundamental dishonesty” as an exception to Qualified One-Way Costs Shifting (QOCS) under CPR 44.16(1). Background Howlett v Davies was a fairly commonplace PI claim arising from a […]