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9 Gough Chambers Quiz Night

9 Gough Chambers Quiz Night, 21st May 2015

Over a 100 9 Gough Chambers clients, members, and staff tested their general knowledge skills at the inaugural 9 Gough Chambers Annual Quiz Night, held at the Duke & Duchess pub in Creed Street…

Frenkel Topping Deputy Day London 2015: Freedom To Choose

Andrew Ritchie QC chaired the widely acclaimed annual Frenkel Topping Deputy Day Conference on 7 May 2015, Park Plaza Riverbank, London, attended by 150 delegates covering Court of Protection specialists, deputies, personal injury, clinical negligence and private client experts as well as…

Stephen Glynn achieves settlement for claimant who was assaulted at school

Stephen Glynn represented the claimant in the case of Lucy Pyett v. The London Borough of Merton QB March 2015.  Ms Pyett was seriously sexually assaulted by a number of other pupils at her state secondary school in south London in October…

Grahame Aldous QC & Stuart McKechnie succeed in High Court clinical negligence trial

Grahame Aldous QC and Stuart McKechnie succeed in High Court clinical negligence trial acting for a member of the judiciary in a case raising important questions about impartiality and conflict of interest for expert witnesses.

On 7th May 2015 Mr Justice Kenneth…

Andrew Ritchie QC has been shortlisted for ‘Barrister of the Year’

Andrew Ritchie QC, head of chambers at 9 Gough Chambers, has been shortlisted for ‘Barrister of the Year’ by The Lawyer Awards 2015. The awards are in their 21st Year and celebrate excellence across private practice, the public sector, commerce and industry…

Family Team give Wardship Training to the LBLA

Tim Parker, Tara Vindis, Oliver Millington and Esther MacLachlan gave a popular seminar at the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham entitled Wardship & Inherent Jurisdiction. Particular consideration was given to the recent “ISIS injunction cases”. The training was given in association…

Montgomery and the “new” test for consenting

Until 11th March 2015, following the approach in Sidaway[1], the question of whether or not there was a breach of duty in the manner in which a person was consented for treatment (and the advice and warnings given)  required application of the…

Trial of murder of 17 year old boy underway at the Old Bailey

Tom Little is on the prosecution team in the case of 17 year old Charlie Wright who was executed in drug relating shooting in April 2010.  Hassan Hassan, Colin Anderson and Mohammed Ibrahim are charged with his murder which took place in…

Stephen Glynn represents family of woman killed by asbestos exposure

Stephen Glynn was instructed in the tragic case of Julia Popple who died aged 54 from mesothelioma following exposure to asbestos in her early career.

Mrs Popple worked as an assistant music teacher at a state school in Newham, East London in…

Application for Relief from Sanction refused by the High Court

The claimant in Buswell v Symes & Moter Insurance Bureau (2015) had sought damages for personal injury and other losses following a road traffic accident in July 2011 when his motorcycle had collided with a tractor emerging from a field. The first…

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