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Tim Pole from No5 Chambers has appeared for the prosecution in a case that saw Steve Colson plead guilty to four offences of contravening the Health and Safety Act 1974.
A team from No5 Chambers will be abseiling from 120ft inside of One Snowhill on 11 May 2014 to raise money for Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
The aim is that judges of all levels of seniority will be able to sit in the same building and cases can be allocated to the most appropriate judge.
Jeremy Cahill QC and Nina Pindham from No5 Chambers have successfully attained two outline planning permissions for William Davis.
On 4 April, Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau held a fundraising Golf Day at North Worcestershire Golf Club, which was sponsored by No5 Chambers.
Mugni Islam-Choudhury considers the new rules on pre-claim conciliation which become compulsory from 6 May 2014.
Tim Sheppard of No5 Chambers reviews the recent challenge to tribunal fees.
Planning and environment barrister Timothy Jones from No5 has appeared for the successful claimant, a mobile-home park owner, in a recent case.
No5 Chambers has entered teams in both the London and Midland Legal Walks, which are set to take place on 19 May 2014.
The Anthony Barker QC Memorial Shield 2014 six-a-side cricket event will raise funds in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care and Citizens Advice Bureau.
No5 Chambers has announced that it is the headline sponsor of the 2014 Birmingham Young Professional of the Year (BYPY) Awards.
No5 Chambers has announced that Susan Monaghan has been called to the Bar of Northern Ireland.
Ian Bridge of No5 Chambers, instructed by Shakespeares, has defended a major supplier of sand and aggregates based in the south east.
Nabila Mallick summarises the key points of immigration law for employers.
Court hearings in the UK are generally conducted on an adversarial basis where each litigant presents his or her own case and attacks the other side’s case.
Russell Bailey considers the circumstances in which a procedural error may lead to a finding of unfair dismissal.
Naomi Owen considers the pros and cons of applying for a postponement when criminal proceedings are p...
Russell Holland examines the Employment Appeal Tribunal’s ruling in Punjab National Bank v Gosain.
Paul Cairnes has represented the only successful appellant in an inquiry into three appeals against the refusal of planning permission for development schemes in Feniton.
Ian Bridge from No5 Chambers has been instructed by Keith Wood of Lewis Nedas in several cases involving applications for the committal of alleged contemnors.