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FGM:What Next? Lessons learned and challenges for the future


We are delighted to be hosting an interactive panel discussion on Monday 2 September with experts in the field of FGM coming together to talk about the current position and… Read more »

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Operation Jade defendants’ appeal refused for a second time


Terry Croft and Manoj Chauhan, two men convicted for their roles in a sophisticated conspiracy to commit property fraud against the blue chip water supplier Severn Trent, had their appeals… Read more »

Category: News | Author: Luke Blackburn, Ben Isaacs | | read more >

SFO enter into Deferred Prosecution Agreement with Serco Geografix Ltd


On Thursday 4 July 2019, the Serious Fraud Office entered into a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) with Serco Geografix Ltd. Jenny Carter-Manning represented the company. Jenny was led by Richard… Read more »

Category: News | Author: Jennifer Carter-Manning | | read more >

Coroner’s Report makes NHS recommendations following the death of Sebastian Hibberd


A coroner has warned NHS England and NHS Digital that more children could die unless they take action following the death of a six-year-old boy. Sebastian Hibberd died after a… Read more »

Category: News | Author: James Robottom | | read more >

Maryam Syed secures death by dangerous driving conviction


Maryam Syed successfully prosecuted Ryan Glanfield, 27, on a charge of death by dangerous driving after he left his 18-year old friend Nylo Markham to die following a motorbike crash… Read more »

Category: News | Author: Maryam Syed | | read more >

Criminal Evidence Act 2019


The  Criminal Evidence Act (CEA) 2019 governs the admission of bad character [BC] and hearsay evidence in the Isle of Man. Its impact will be transformative. Admission of this evidence… Read more »

Category: Articles | Author: Anwar Nashashibi, Ben Isaacs | | read more >

Search Warrants & Supporting Material – Time for a Change?


Overview By their nature, search warrants are deeply intrusive, and represent a gross interference with privacy & family life. They inevitably cause reputational damage, and result in the seizure and… Read more »

Category: Articles | Author: Andrew Wheeler | | read more >

Pitfalls in quantifying brain injury claims


Deirdre Goodwin reviews cases of traumatic brain injury (TBI) or acquired brain injury (ABI) suffered by adult claimants and considers how to approach the many challenges and pitfalls in gathering… Read more »

Category: Articles | Author: Deirdre Goodwin | | read more >

The treatment of personal injury damages on divorce: is it time for a more principled approach?


In 2010, James Cracknell, the Olympic rowing gold medallist, suffered devastating brain injuries when cycling across the United States.  In a 2012 interview with the Telegraph, Cracknell and his wife… Read more »

Category: Articles | Author: Sarah Edwards | | read more >

Poole BC v GN and another [2019] UKSC 25


Steven Ford QC and Adam Weitzman QC review the recent Supreme Court judgment in the case of Poole BC v GN and another [2019] UKSC 25. Click here to download… Read more »

Category: Articles | Author: Steven Ford, Adam Weitzman | | read more >

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