Monthly Archives: February 2018

Appeal from $ 300 million Jersey Property Restraint Order refused by Privy Council

David O’Mahony recently acted successfully for the United States Department of Justice and the Jersey Attorney General on an application for permission to appeal to the Privy Council from the… Read more »

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High Court hands down new judgment on non-delegable duty of care and fundamental dishonesty

Adam Weitzman QC and Bilal Rawat acted for the Ministry of Justice in its successful defence of a clinical negligence claim which relied on the existence of a non-delegable duty… Read more »

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Catherine Rayner features on Channel 4’s programme Dispatches

Catherine Rayner features in the most recent edition of the Channel 4 show Dispatches to give comment on working practices which were discovered when a reporter went undercover at a… Read more »

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Murderer jailed for 25 years

Martin McDermott, 60, was jailed for 25 years following the murder of Leslie Salmon, 44, at a probation hostel in Derby on 6 August 2017. McDermott had been released from… Read more »

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The Digital Crime Scene Seminar – Thursday 22 March

Join us on Thursday 22 March for our Digital Crime Scene Seminar. We are delighted to be welcoming Nathan Coutts, Technical and Forensics Manager of the Cyber Technical Forensics Unit… Read more »

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Gang jailed for kidnap and torture of a teenager in Grantham

A gang of kidnappers has been jailed for a total of 30 years at Lincoln Crown Court after being convicted of kidnapping and torturing a teenager in a dispute over… Read more »

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7BR Breakfast Seminar – Haralambous review

Join us on Thursday 22 February for our Breakfast Seminar reviewing the recent judgement in the case of Haralambous v (1) St Albans Crown Court (2) Chief Constable for Hertfordshire [2018]… Read more »

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Teenager cleared of nightclub murder charge

James House QC has successfully defended Kobe Murray who was cleared of murdering an amateur footballer at a nightclub in the West Midlands in August 2017. Mr Murray was also… Read more »

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Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Seminar Series – Protection, Prevention, Prosecution

Join us on Thursday 8 March for the first instalment of our new Modern Slavery series. Part 1: Prosecuting Offenders, Protecting Victims   This first seminar will concentrate on issues… Read more »

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GMC v Dr Bawa-Garba – A Judgment full of “unintended consequences”?

Introduction The High Court’s decision in GMC v. Dr Bawa-Garba [2018] EWHC 76 (Admin), handed down on 25th January 2018, has raised significant concerns in the medical community. The morning… Read more »

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