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Ian Bridge of No5 has defended a business man who found himself facing eight separate allegations of fraud on his company, which at the time was indebted to the Natwest Bank.
Sports law experts at No5 Chambers have been instructed to represent a boxing manager whose licence was recently withdrawn by the British Boxing Board of Control.
No5’s criminal group is deeply concerned about the persistent stance of reducing fees in respect of VHCC fees and litigators’ fees.
The University of Belgrade Faculty of Law will host the sixth Belgrade open pre-moot competition on 5–6 April 2014, in which No5’s Tim Jones will act as arbitrator.
Ian Dove QC and Nina Pindham have helped Dart Properties to successfuly retain its planning permission for land at Seabrook Orchards.
David Mason QC and Saleema Mahmood of No5 Chambers have defended in a terrorism case that involved Ian Forman, 42, Birkenhead, being charged with engaging in the conduct in the preparation of terrorist acts.
The Supreme Court judgment in P & Q and P v Cheshire West has finally been handed down. Barrister Laura Davidson from No5 Chambers comments on the decision.
This article focuses on the changes brought about by the decisions in Re A (Children: Habitual Residence)  UKSC 60 and LC (children)  UKSC 1.
Update: joint ownership of property — a round-up of the major decisions in the wake of Jones v Kernott
This briefing provides a brief summary of the major reported cases that have followed in the wake of Jones v Kernott.
Barristers Andrew Baker and Jasvir Mann from No5 Chambers defended in the so-called ‘leaking lager can’ affray case.
Barrister S Chelvan from No5 Chambers has drafted written comments for the forthcoming Strasbourg case of A. E v Finland.
The Birmingham Law Society debating competition final 2014 will be held on 26 March. No5 Chambers is sponsoring the event.
Sajid Ali had his conviction of rape quashed after three judges heard that jurors were not told the alleged victim had made a previous false claim of indecent assault.
No5 Chambers is sponsoring this year’s Child Brain Injury Trust Conference and Exhibition, which is due to take place on 26 March in Manchester.
On 7 March many members of the criminal bar did not attend court. This highlighted the concern that barristers and solicitors have about the proposed new defence fees.
On 1 March, No5 hosted a debate considering the role of the UK government in the 1984 attack on the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab, India.
Barrister Adam Farrer from No5 Chambers has acted for the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) in two catastrophic brain injury cases.
Jack Feeny from No5 Chambers has represented Angela Cobbina, former head of legal at the London branch of ABN AMRO, who brought claims for discrimination and unfair dismissal.
Barrister Richard Moat from No5 Chambers has acted for David Williams in an inquest into the death of Williams and Paul Hodge.
Claire van Overdijk of No5 Chambers has been appointed to the attorney-general’s London C panel of junior counsel to the Crown.