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Richard Gibbs has represented Paul Hackney, who pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud totalling £2.3m, which made his conviction one of the top five secured by HMRC in 2013.
Routes to financial redress against banks, investment advisers, insurers, mortgage advisers and product providers
Susanne Muth discusses some pertinent and recurring themes encountered in the commercial and chancery area of practice.
No5 Chambers barrister S Chelvan has provided training across Europe on his DSSH (difference, stigma, shame and harm) model for credibility assessment in LGBTI asylum claims.
No5 Chambers has hosted a double celebration to mark Rhona Campbell’s appointment as a tribunal judge and the elevation of John Butterfield to queen’s counsel.
No5 members S Chelvan and Ian Brownhill will be speaking at The Public Law Project North Conference 2014, which will be held in Manchester on 17 July.
No5 Chambers has raised £965 after entering teams in the Midland & London Legal Walks, which took place on 19 May.
The Midlands Asian Lawyers Association (MALA), in association with No5 Chambers, is holding a CPD seminar on 20 June 2014 in Leicester.
The case sees three football players from Whitehawk Football Club and two businessmen from Singapore accused of conspiring to alter the results of football matches.
No5 Chambers’ planning group has entered into a sponsorship agreement with the Town and Country Planning Association.
Emma Edhem has been received by the prime minister, deputy prime minister, speaker of the house, foreign minister and chief negotiator of the TRNC.
No5 Chambers barristers Talbir Singh, Tim Pole and Lynette McClement have appeared in a car theft conspiracy case.
No5 Chambers recently organised a charity bake-off as part of its fundraising programme in support of Birmingham Citizens’ Advice Bureau (CAB).
Earl Pinnock of No5 Chambers has defended Ahmed Al-Sharif, a prisoner at HMP Birmingham who attacked three officers with parts of a broken TV screen.
Despite it taking a year to investigate and two more years of hearings to try and get trial ready, the case of ‘O’ finally collapsed last week.
S Chelvan has presented his DSSH (Difference, Stigma, Shame and Harm) model at a conference on how to assess credibility in LGBTI asylum claims.
Inderpal Singh Sangha, 26, of Walsgrave, who was represented by No5 Chambers’ Talbir Singh, has been acquitted of conspiring to commit violent disorder.
Bernard Thorogood from No5 Chambers has completed the prosecution of Mid-Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust at Stafford Crown Court.
No5 Chambers sponsored Birmingham Law School’s recent Postgraduate Mooting Cup. LLM student Richard Murtagh claimed victory.
No5 Chambers has welcomed Heather Popley, Claire Howell, Laura Vickers and Katie Miller to the Family Law Group.
The High Court has quashed (for the second time) a planning permission for a single dwelling on the edge of Hazelwood in Derbyshire.