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There’s less Employment Tribunal advocacy work around now, but one area developing fast is investigations.
Operation Elveden was prompted by evidence heard at the Leveson Inquiry which suggested there was a culture of tabloid newspapers paying public officials for stories.
This is the title of a seminar presented by Tim Jones of No5 Chambers.
The EAT has recently ruled that for the purpose of the TUPE Service Provision Change rules in certain circumstances a ‘client’ is not limited to one legal entity and can include a group of clients who act in concert.
An informative summary of private children case law for the Leicester & Leicestershire Family Justice Board.
David Mason QC, Michelle Heeley and Richard Gibbs of No5 Chambers Crime Group have prosecuted a gang who tried to raid a cashpoint and led police on a chase at speeds in excess of 150mph.
Adrian Keeling QC and Michelle Heeley defend Sun reporter accused of paying public officials for stories.
The subject of Southwell v Blackburn was the correct application of the equitable remedy of proprietary estoppel within the context of a cohabiting couple.
A former News of the World journalist, who was the first to be found guilty of conspiring to commit misconduct in public office, has had the conviction quashed.
In the first of a series of quarterly round-ups Kathryn Taylor reviews some of the key decisions of the family court, with the emphasis on local authority failings.
The Supreme Court has buried the doubts that arose in UK courts where Sidaway appeared to conflict with later authorities. The case of Montgomery rules.
Employment Appeal Tribunal president Langstaff has issued guidance to tribunals on when they should consider sitting with or without members when there is a mix of claims.
No5 barrister Tim Jones has taken part as an arbitrator at the Ljubljana Pre-Moot.
A jury heard that Hayley Wilson, the wife of a drug gang boss, took some cash to her husband Karl in Jamaica, where he had fled as the police closed in.
Government plans for huge cuts to the criminal legal aid system could be stopped in their tracks.
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal on R (oao) Gilbert v SSCLG, a case about noise from vehicles using the former World War II airfield at Bruntingthorpe, Leicestershire.
No5 Chambers’ Christopher Hotten QC has obtained a manslaughter conviction for a mother who killed her son by feeding him methadone.
The High Court has allowed a judicial review claim to quash a planning permission for a solar farm in Wiltshire, despite it being already operational.
No5 Chambers’ Tim Jones was an invited speaker at a seminar on international arbitration organised by the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, held on Friday 27 February.
Philip Dayle of No5 Chambers was on the winning side in the Supreme Court case R v The Secretary of State for the Home Department.