Today Max MelsaAmelia Katz and Lucy Lodewyke presented a Personal Injury Webinar on Whiplash Reforms, Causation and Fundamental Dishonesty. The tightly focussed one hour session introduced and analysed developments in:-
Andrew Ritchie QC and James Byrne instructed by Osbornes Law, and Giles Mooney QC instructed by Furley Page, between them represent all seven families of those who died in the Croydon Tram derailment in 2016 in a 12 week inquest starting on 17…
Edward Lamb appeared on behalf of the local authority and Tara Vindis appeared on behalf of the guardian, in this matter before the High Court which has published a Judgment that provides important guidance to local authorities on the extent of their…
Giles Mooney QC and Laura Hibberd provided online training for Irwin Mitchell solicitors regarding Animals Act claims. The presentation includes analysis of the Animals Act 1971, how to risk assess claims and some practical examples.
Tom Little QC was instructed to represent the Prosecution and the Attorney General in three unrelated cases that were heard together. Two were appeals against sentence and one was an Attorney General’s Reference. The Court of Appeal has made clear, in accepting…
The Court of Appeal have finally determined the question of whether a represented Defendant must also be personally present at his section 51 sending to the Crown Court in order for proceedings in the Crown Court to be lawful.
Tom Little QC has been appointed for a four year term following an open competition of Circuit Judges and Recorders to train the judiciary as a Tutor for the Criminal Training Team with the Judicial College. Tom will play an active part…
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