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Michelle Heeley, member of No5 Chambers’ crime group, has prosecuted a 50-year-old man who was found guilty of raping an 18-year-old girl in her home.
How interesting: the public interest disclosure requirement of s.43B(1) of the Employment Rights Act
Not everything that may be interesting to the public is likely to be ‘in the public interest’. But is that a commonly held or understood view?
TUPE applies where a client decides to engage a new service provider instead of an existing one, but what if the client instructs the existing service provider to remove an employee from the contract before the TUPE transfer takes place?
If local veto rights apply to wind farms what next – prisons, fracking, gypsy sites?
Supreme Court rules that children are in no better position to win asylum than anyone else.
Young country turns to revered legal system.
James Dixon appeared on behalf of Nathan Roberts in an out of time appeal against in IPP sentence. The sentence was imposed in 2006 for robbery.
…and procedural rules for litigants in person: the Re H (Children) case.
The difficulty in TUPE transfers in deciding which employees are transfered to the new employer if the client has given an express instruction that it does not want a particular employee to continue to work on the contract.
The Core Strategy’s approach to use of bare delivery rates prevails over assessment of need.
A motorist has been found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving and pleaded a judge not to send her to jail because she was so overweight.
Gilbart J’s judgment in the Planning Court (Cardiff) in Lear Investments Ltd v Welsh Ministers provides a good example of how to deal with an inadequate report by a planning inspector.
Lorna Meyer QC and Kirsty Gallacher of No5 Chambers acted on behalf of the respondent mother in the Court of Appeal case of Re K and H (Children).
John Butterfield QC has been named ‘Lawyer of the Week’ by The Times, in recognition of him successfully defending News of the World journalist Lucy Panton at the Court of Appeal.
The Supreme Court has granted permission to appeal in MM (Lebanon) and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department.
Simon Worlock was instructed on behalf of Colin Patterson in R v Colin Patterson & Dafydd Raw-Rees.
Adam Farrer of No5 Chambers acted for the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority in relation to a challenge to the discount rate under the 1990 compensation scheme.
Simon Hunka of No5 Chambers has persuaded judges to reduce a prison sentence handed to a woman for allowing her property to be used for drug production and storage.
Philip Rule of No5 Chambers has succeeded in a judicial review to quash decision of the Parole Board in R (Davies) v Parole Board.
No5 lawyer resists appeal to the Upper Tier Tribunal against a decision to strike out evidence relating to alleged fraud.