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Earlier this month, the government named and shamed 25 employers who failed to pay their workers the minimum wage.
Russell Holland and Russell Bailey consider the impact of the recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Hainsworth v Ministry of Defence.
Richard Adkinson considers the ruling of the First Chambers of the CJEU in Gülay Bollacke v K + K Klaas & Kock BV & Co KG.
Mark Browne, from Lincoln, died in 2012 aged 46 after his GP, Dr Nicholas Smith, failed to detect that he had symptoms of rectal cancer.
No5 Chambers barrister Jack Feeny has been interviewed by Iain Lee on the BBC Three Counties Breakfast show about an employment tribunal case he was involved in.
No5 Chambers barrister Ian Brownhill has acted in the inquest into the death of Edward Ham, a prisoner at HMP Oakwood.
No5 Chambers won the Chambers of the Year 2014 accolade for the first time at The Lawyer Awards, which took place on 26 June at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
ME v Sweden — Strasbourg rules no violation of article 3 for Sweden to temporarily expel a gay man to Libya
The ECHR has declared admissible on article 3 grounds an application from a gay man regarding his expulsion from Sweden to Libya.
Simon Hunka from No5 Chambers has represented an officer jailed for misconduct in public office.
Ekwall Tiwana and Tony Bell from No5 Chambers are appearing in a case where Wolves supporters are on trial after an opposition fan was left with a fractured skull.
Russell Holland from No5 Chambers has appeared for the appellant in Nabili v Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust UKEAT/0437/13/DM.
Barristers from No5 Chambers have represented the defendants in a case involving the fixing of football match results.
David Howker QC from No5 Chambers has defended in a case involving the discovery of a body in the garden of a Mansfield property.
The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government has granted planning permission for Pinewood Studios Development Framework.
No5 Chambers’ Jamie Gamble has represented the family of a woman who contracted norovirus and died after a stay in hospital for a bruised elbow.
A team from No5 Chambers is taking part in a six-a-side cricket fundraising event in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care and Avon & Bristol Law Centre.
Christopher Hotten QC from No5 Chambers has prosecuted in the case of the murder of a two-month-old baby.
Two teenage boys, both aged 17, have been charged with the murder of Dean Mayley, a 24-year-old with learning difficulties.
Michael Duck QC and barrister Michelle Heeley from No5 Chambers are prosecuting a car theft conspiracy case.
Barrister Michael Anning from No5 Chambers is defending a teenager who has admitted robbery, possessing a firearm with intent to commit robbery and possessing a prohibited weapon.