On the 30th January 2015, a reserved judgment of a three Judge Court of Appeal granted the Appellant, in Bishop-v-Chhokar, the right to appeal an order where the Respondent subsequently admitted lying when giving evidence in earlier civil proceedings. The lies came…
Michael & Other v Chief Constable for South Wales & Ano.  SC2 represents the most recent attempt to overcome the not inconsiderable hurdles facing any claimant seeking to bring a claim founded in negligence against the police.
Giles Eyre and Stuart Mckechnie are delighted to be speaking at this year’s Faculty of Pain (FPM) Study Day taking place on Friday 5 June at the Royal College of Anaesthetists. Tickets are on sale now and the event is expected to…
Tom Goodhead has succeeded in securing an Article 2, ECHR Inquest for a Cardiff family following the death of their 93 year old mother in the care of the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board in January 2014.
Giles Mooney represented the Defendant at trial in the case of Head v Svitzer Marine. The claim had originally been pleaded in the region of £700,000 but had reduced as proceedings had continued and medical evidence developed. Never the less the claim…
Kiki Muddar, 43, and Polly Chowdhury, 35, are accused of murdering Ayesha Ali on 29 August 2013 after her body was found in her bedroom in a block of flats in Chadwell Heath, London. The cause of death was a head injury…
The inquest into the death of Jacob Marx has ruled that significant failures in communication and project management by William Hill and Acean Builders caused the 27 year old lawyer’s death in January 2013. Mr Marx was killed as he walked along…
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