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Tim Pole of No5 Chambers has prosecuted in a case that saw two brothers from Stoke-on-Trent handed prison sentences after they exposed at least seven workers to asbestos.
Mohammed Zaman QC, a silk with commercial and international expertise, has joined the commercial and international groups at No5 Chambers.
No5 Chambers has announced that it has been shortlisted for Regional Set of the Year at the 2014 Chambers Bar Awards.
No5 Chambers’ Court of Protection group will be holding two seminars this autumn, on 23 October in Birmingham and 6 November in London.
No5’s Simon Hunka has represented David Blood, 48, who has been sentenced to eight months in custody after pleading guilty to escaping lawful custody.
Simon Hunka of No5 Chambers prosecuted in the case of Dawn Huckerby, 45, who has been jailed for 12 months.
Tom Schofield of No5 Chambers has prosecuted Carl Berry, 51, and Baldev Deshi, 47, both from Langley, who have been found guilty of producing cannabis.
No5 Chambers’ Michael Burrows QC has secured the conviction of Patryk Srutkowski, 22, and Pawel Bugajski, 22.
No5’s Adrian Keeling has defended Anthony France, 41, from Watford, who is facing charges of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office.
No5 Chambers’ Nageena Khalique has appeared in the Court of Appeal to represent a protected party who lacked the capacity to make a decision about amputation.
Hashi Mohamed of No5 Chambers has been successful in defending Gedling Borough Council’s grant of permission to one of two proposals in the borough.
No5 Chambers has entered a team in the Bristol Legal Walk, which is taking place on 22 September 2014.
No5 Chambers’ employment group has announced the dates for its annual employment seminars in Birmingham and London.
Richard Gibbs’ client has been acquitted in a case where the defendant and two others where charged with a £1.7m conspiracy to evade tax on the importation of tobacco.
David Mason QC, Gary Bell QC and Phil Bradley from No5 Chambers are defending in a kidnap conspiracy case at Worcester Crown Court.
No5 Chambers’ Laura Vickers and Heather Popley are managing the Leicester and Leicestershire Family Justice Board website.
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.