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Sports law experts at No5 Chambers have been instructed to represent a boxing manager whose licence was recently withdrawn by the British Boxing Board of Control.
No5’s criminal group is deeply concerned about the persistent stance of reducing fees in respect of VHCC fees and litigators’ fees.
The University of Belgrade Faculty of Law will host the sixth Belgrade open pre-moot competition on 5–6 April 2014, in which No5’s Tim Jones will act as arbitrator.
The Supreme Court judgment in P & Q and P v Cheshire West has finally been handed down. Barrister Laura Davidson from No5 Chambers comments on the decision.
This article focuses on the changes brought about by the decisions in Re A (Children: Habitual Residence)  UKSC 60 and LC (children)  UKSC 1.
Update: joint ownership of property — a round-up of the major decisions in the wake of Jones v Kernott
This briefing provides a brief summary of the major reported cases that have followed in the wake of Jones v Kernott.
Barrister S Chelvan from No5 Chambers has drafted written comments for the forthcoming Strasbourg case of A. E v Finland.
The Birmingham Law Society debating competition final 2014 will be held on 26 March. No5 Chambers is sponsoring the event.
On 7 March many members of the criminal bar did not attend court. This highlighted the concern that barristers and solicitors have about the proposed new defence fees.
Barrister Adam Farrer from No5 Chambers has acted for the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) in two catastrophic brain injury cases.
Jack Feeny from No5 Chambers has represented Angela Cobbina, former head of legal at the London branch of ABN AMRO, who brought claims for discrimination and unfair dismissal.
Earl Pinnock of No5 Chambers has defended Joyce Trail, a dentist who has been ordered to pay back more than £1.3m to the NHS.
Three No5 Chambers barristers have acted for Barwood in the successful defences of section 288 challenges brought by South Northamptonshire Council.
Paul Joseph from No5 Chambers has won in the Court Of Appeal for the home secretary.
Russell Bailey from No5 Chambers has succeeded in an appeal to the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of London Central Bus Company Ltd v Manning.
Paul Marshall from No5 Chambers was instructed against the decision of HH Judge Pelling QC in Hone and Ors v Abbey Forwarding.
Hashi Mohamed has successfully represented Cornwall Council in a judicial review that is likely to have far-reaching ramifications for local authorities.
On 7 February 2014, barrister Rowena Meager from No5 Chambers appeared on the Danny Kelly show on BBC Radio West Midlands.
Barrister Alex Stein from No5 Chambers has prosecuted former foundry owner Laurence Brown from Mansfield for exposing workers to lead poisoning.
Part 4 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill contains a number of important changes to be introduced that seek to prevent judicial review from being a ‘brake on growth’.