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Michael Duck QC and Richard Gibbs addressed an audience of international lawyers in Dubrovnik Croatia on 7 September on the subjects of cybercrime and money laundering.
A planning application for 60 new homes in Haslington, Crewe, has been granted on appeal.
Following a review brought by the police in January 2015 one of Essex’s major independent hotels was banned from using its outdoor space or nightclub for licensable activities by a district council.
The certificate is for lawful use or development under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 s191 for permanent residential occupation of 36 caravans on a Green Belt site.
S Chelvan and Jessica Smeaton of No5 Chambers presented a live webinar for LexisNexis last week on ‘General Grounds for Refusal’ in immigration and asylum applications.
The update will be on forthcoming changes to sentencing in health and safety prosecutions that will have a significant impact upon both defendant individuals and organisations.
In 2014 Tim Pole represented the family of James Morgan at an inquest in Truro. The death occurred whilst the defendant was working on a barn extension at a farm in Cornwall.
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Retail giant Poundstretcher has been fined £65,000 after its working conditions in one of it’s Lincolnshire warehouses was described as a “disaster waiting to happen”.
No5 barrister S Chelvan has joined over 300 experts calling on the UK to do more for refugees.
The investigation into the killing of a Syrian-born preacher in London has escalated after two people were arrested on suspicion of terror offences.
Anthony Foley has been jailed for 20 months after admitting charges of bigamy and obtaining benefits by deception.
Hugh Richards acted for Staffordshire County Council, which was promoting the compulsory purchase, side roads and slip roads order under an agency agreement with Highways England.
Chambers wins permission to demolish industrial units and replace them with residential properties.
Robert Bennett and Ronald Reeves, Father and Son from Acocks Green, have both been jailed for a roofing scam, which stole thousands from vulnerable victims.
Marek Durkiewicz, a lorry driver who was deprived of his driving license is now back on the road thanks to No5 Chambers barrister James Dixon and solicitor Agata Dmoch from Mills & Reeve.
Matthew Brook, a member of No5 Chambers’ crime group, has prosecuted a father and his son for cruelty to a child.
No5 barrister S Chelvan joined BBC Radio 4’s Jenni Murray last week to discuss Jamaica’s first Gay Pride festival.
Thea Osmund-Smith of No5 Chambers has been successful in Pertemps Investments Ltd v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.
No5 member S Chelvan was interviewed for German television broadcasting company ZDF yesterday regarding the Calais Migrants.