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No5 Chambers Barrister Susan Monaghan has been appointed to be legally qualified chair to the West Midlands Police Misconduct hearings.
No5 barrister Satinder Hunjan QC joined the panel at the EEPCC India CXO Forum to discuss Blue Ocean Strategy for Indian Engineering Exports.
A legal battle challenging Government legislation on data surveillance took another twist last week as the Court of Appeal referred the case back to the ECJ with questions of its own.
A woman from Dudley has been jailed after attacking her father and defrauding him of £17,500.
A woman who appeared on Channel 4’s show Benefits Street is facing jail over drug and ammunition charges. No5 crime barrister Samantha Forsyth prosecuted in the case.
More applications for entry clearance and appeals against refusals should now succeed...
No5 barrister S Chelvan is ranked number 43 out of 101 on the Independents’ Rainbow List 2015 in celebration of the 101 most influential lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people in Britain.
The London office of No5 Chambers hosted a delegation from Egypt’s leading judiciary on a fact-finding visit on violence against women in the law.
Judgment will help those advising corporates facing regulatory investigation.
On Friday 6th November a jury at Leicester Crown Court found Gary Bush guilty of three offences of dishonestly failing to notify Melton Council of changes in his circumstances.
The Sentencing Council has released new guidelines for sentencing safety offences following a consultation.
Issue was whether the location of the building made it impractical for it to be used as a dwelling house.
The Lawyer magazine has interviewed Satinder Hunjan QC, head of the international and clinical negligence group at No5 Chambers.
A court has heard how Vikki Horsman, a nursing home worker, suffered from eight per cent burns after being doused with acid in an attack by Mohammed Rafiq.
In November 2014, Adam Farrer from No5 Chambers acted for the HSE in the prosecution of a care-home company at Cardiff Crown Court.
Nageena Khalique, head of public law at No5 Chambers, has spoken on behalf of Action Cerebral Palsy at the House of Commons.
Three football hooligans have been spared jail after being involved in in a brawl in Wolverhampton city centre. Ekwall Tiwana from No5 defended Craig Green.
An inquest into the death of Derek Marks heard that a clerical error saw him receive seven doses of chemo. His widow was represented at the inquest by Richard Grimshaw.
A zero-hours contract is not a term of legal art, although a definition has been attempted in the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill.
Tom Schofield, criminal barrister at No5 Chambers, is defending in a Coventry kidnap trial.