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News 1st March 2019

Expecting the unexpected

Victoria Ellis and Maria Henty were guest speakers at the recent Hampshire YRES Conference on Thursday 28th February at the offices of Paris Smith in Southampton. The talk entitled ‘Expecting the unexpected: What to do when when it doesn’t go to plan’ covered the following topics: Decree Absolute – the unexpected way Where is my […]

News 11th February 2019

Toms and Ruberry A2/2017/3419

Simon Lane has again been successful in the long running commercial landlord and tenant case of Toms v Ruberry [2019] EWCA Civ 128[2019] EWCA Civ 128, this time in the Court of Appeal. After successfully resisting the Landlord’s appeal in the High Court in November 2017, Simon was instructed together with Nick Grundy QC, in […]

News 6th February 2019

Publication and transparency in family proceedings

Samara Brackley discusses the practical implications of the judgment in In the matter of A and B (Children) [2018], involving cross-applications by a local authority and a journalist concerning the publication of details relating to care proceedings. This article was first published on Lexis®PSL Family on 10th January 2019, for a free trial please click here.

News 14th January 2019

Firearms dealer and former soldier acquitted in MOD rifles case

Tom Wilkins and Andrew Stone successfully defended their clients in a six-week trial at Winchester Crown Court. Allegations concerned the theft and handling of over £100,000 of firearms belonging to the Ministry of Defence. Firearms dealer Adrian Bull, represented by Tom Wilkins, was acquitted of handling assault rifles at the end of the prosecution case after […]

News 10th January 2019

Sarah Jones to be appointed Queen’s Counsel

Pump Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Sarah Jones is to be appointed Queen’s Counsel. Sarah has made her mark defending and prosecuting in historic multi-complainant sexual abuse cases. She has built a reputation for being fiercely combative with a painstaking approach to disclosure from the outset that lays the groundwork for a forensic […]

News 30th November 2018

Mother and former partner found guilty over death of baby

James Newton-Price QC and Richard Tutt have successfully prosecuted a mother and her male partner for causing or allowing the death of a 24 day old baby in a case which attracted national media coverage. The child died from a skull fracture and associated brain haemorrhage and was found to have sustained 32 rib fractures […]

News 6th November 2018

Safety Errors can be very Expensive

Westminster City Council v The Zoological Society of London [ZSL] On 22nd October 2018 ZSL was fined a total of £40,000 with costs of £8000 for failing to ensure the safety of an employee, and linked, failing to have in place adequate a risk assessment. On 16th July 2016 a keeper using a step ladder […]

News 1st November 2018

Pump Court recognised as Leading Set within Chambers & Partners 2019

Pump Court Chambers is delighted to announce that it has once again been recognised as a Leading Set within the 2019 edition of Chambers & Partners legal directory. Members have been recommended across a number of practice areas including Crime, Ecclesiastical, Family/Matrimonial and Employment with a number of improvements within individual rankings. Coverage of our […]

News 30th October 2018

Pump Court recognised in latest edition of Legal 500

Pump Court Chambers is delighted to announce that it has been ranked again as a leading set within the latest edition of the Legal 500 and we are pleased to be recognised for our ‘broad range of talent’. We have enhanced our number of recognised practitioners by 4 and now have a total number of […]

News 22nd October 2018

Amelia Sugden joins Pump Court Chambers

We are delighted to announce that Amelia Sugden, formerly of 1 Hare Court, has accepted an offer of tenancy at Pump Court Chambers. Amelia was called to the bar in 2006 and specialises in the areas of Financial Remedies, Schedule 1 and Private Law Children. Amy joins at an exciting time for Chambers following our recent Family […]

News 19th October 2018

Maria Henty to speak at AstenJ Family Law Conference

Pump Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Maria Henty will be speaking at the forthcoming AstenJ Family Law Conference on Saturday 27th October 2018 at BPP University, 68-70 Red Lion Street, WC1R 4NY. Ms Henty will be covering the area: Financial Remedies, this will be followed by a Q&A session. The event will provide valuable and in-depth […]

News 10th October 2018

Peter Asteris and Tim Akers secure acquittals after five-month fraud trial at Southampton Crown Court

Peter Asteris and Tim Akers secured the acquittal of a client of all offences charged in the longest-running trial that has taken place at Southampton Crown Court. Over the course of five months, eleven defendants were on trial for charges of conspiracy to defraud and fraud in a Trading Standards prosecution that arose out of […]

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