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Adam Weitzman QC bucks the trend in NHS Liability Cases


Yesterday, Judgment was approved in the case of Haywood v University Hospital North Midlands NHS. The judgment in the case of Haywood bucks the recent trend of the NHSLA winning… Read more »

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Late amendments of case (Secker v Fairhill Property Services Ltd and others)


Following the judgment in Secker v Fairhill Property Services, Julian Matthews, discusses the difficulties arising from attempted late amendments of case with Lexis Nexis. Read the full interview with Lexis Nexis… Read more »

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Public Law Seminar Series


 PUBLIC LAW SEMINAR 28th February, 2017 Fighting Cuts Cases (Richard Clayton QC) and Promptness in Judicial Review Cases (Lee Parkhill) 5pm – 6:30pm Location: 7BR, 7 Bedford Row, London WC1R… Read more »

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Ashley Pratt represents family at the inquest of Michael Parke


Ashley Pratt represented the family of Michael Parke at Kendal Coroner’s court which concluded on 16 January 2017. The inquest took place over three weeks in November-December 2016.  An inquest took place… Read more »

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Derek Sweeting QC and Richard Baker secure significant judgment in Manna v Health Authority


Derek Sweeting QC and Richard Baker recently received a favourable judgment regarding the case Lamarieo Manna V Central Manchester University Hospital. This was a significant case as it recognised that… Read more »

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Peter Ellis Inquest Decision Returned


Dr Peter Ellis, instructed by Richard Bannister of Shoosmiths LLP, Birmingham, represented the family of Lee Hanstock at an inquest before South Staffordshire Coroner Andrew Haigh on 13 January 2017…. Read more »

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Jennifer Carter-Manning part of the SFO counsel team on the Rolls Royce Deferred Prosecution Agreement


Jennifer Carter-Manning has represented the SFO in Rolls Royce Deferred Prosecution Agreement. A Deferred Prosecution Agreement reached between the Serious Fraud Office and Rolls Royce Plc was given judicial approval this… Read more »

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Skeleton Series, 19th January 2017: Paediatric Neurology


Thursday 19th January marks the first week of the Skeleton Series 2017, where our expert panel of speakers will be discussing Paediatric Neurology. The seminar will be chaired by Lord… Read more »

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BPTC Lightening Moot, ULaw


On the evening of Wednesday 11th January, our members hosted a very successful lightening moot organised by BPTC students at the University of Law. Despite a fiendishly difficult moot question set… Read more »

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Andrew Wheeler is successful in latest QC competition


Chambers is delighted to announce that Andrew Wheeler has been successful in the latest QC Competition. The official ceremony will take place on 13 February 2017 where Andrew will be the latest member… Read more »

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