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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.
No5 Chambers are hoping to help Birmingham City Football Club rekindle their Premier League dream, after becoming an official Diamond partner of the club.
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?
No5 Chambers’ Sarah Buckingham has prosecuted Marcus Marcussen, 91, of Rochford, Worcestershire.
Michael Duck QC of No5 Chambers has defended Alan Marks, 65, of Shottery, who has been found guilty of dangerous driving.
Mrs Justice Patterson (Planning Court, sitting in Birmingham) handed down judgment in R (IM Properties) v Lichfield District Council on 18 July 2014.
Barrister Nageena Khalique from No5 Chambers has represented the protected party (N) in United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust v N.
Two of No5 Chambers’ human rights barristers recently spoke at the Public Law Project Conference in Manchester.
No5 Chambers has announced that associate tenant Jeremy Wright MP has been appointed to the post of attorney-general.
Jas Mann has defended Kevin Powell, 48, from Bilston, who has been found guilty of four charges of indecent assault relating back to when he was 12 years old.
S Chelvan from No5 Chambers has been interviewed for the Outlook programme on BBC World Service.
Satinder Hunjan QC, head of the clinical negligence group at No5 Chambers, has accepted an invitation to become the patron of the Child Brain Injury Trust.
Michael Anning of No5 Chambers has defended Jack Phillips, who has admitted robbery and possessing a firearm and has been spared jail.
Peter Goatley of No5 Chambers has obtained planning permission on behalf of Gladman Developments for 150 new homes at Leonard Stanley in Stroud District.
Richard Gibbs from No5 Chambers is defending one of three defendants charged as part of a £1.6m conspiracy to evade tax on the importation of tobacco.
Richard Hignett has successfully represented a small employer at the Birmingham Employment Tribunal, securing a sizeable costs award.
Ian Dove QC and Nina Pindham from No5 Chambers have secured planning permission and a partial costs award for a site in Northumberland.
Barrister Charles Crow from No5 Chambers has won an unfair and wrongful dismissal claim for a top surgeon.
The High Court has ruled that an owner of empty property is not entitled to a ‘prohibited by law’ exemption from unoccupied property rates.
No5 Chambers sponsored the Birmingham Law Society Summer Carnival, which took place at Aston Villa on 11 July.