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Nabila Mallick summarises the key points of immigration law for employers.
Court hearings in the UK are generally conducted on an adversarial basis where each litigant presents his or her own case and attacks the other side’s case.
Russell Bailey considers the circumstances in which a procedural error may lead to a finding of unfair dismissal.
Naomi Owen considers the pros and cons of applying for a postponement when criminal proceedings are p...
Russell Holland examines the Employment Appeal Tribunal’s ruling in Punjab National Bank v Gosain.
Paul Cairnes has represented the only successful appellant in an inquiry into three appeals against the refusal of planning permission for development schemes in Feniton.
Ian Bridge from No5 Chambers has been instructed by Keith Wood of Lewis Nedas in several cases involving applications for the committal of alleged contemnors.
Chris Young from No5 Chambers will be on a panel of speakers for the debate ‘Can the plan-led system deliver?’ at the PEBA National Conference.
No5 Chambers’ Becket Bedford, with Zane Malik as junior, has won a significant advance in the protection of child rights on asylum.
Tim Jones from No5 Chambers has assisted in an international, inter-university arbitration moot at Belgrade University.
Philip Williams from No5 Chambers, instructed by Jacqui Kendall at Plexus Law, has represented the Dover Roman Painted House Trust in a damages case.
The finalists for this year’s Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards have been announced. No5 Chambers barrister S Chelvan has been shortlisted.
Ramby de Mello has represented a Hindu prisoner who was granted interim relief to attend his father’s funeral free of handcuffs.
Adam Farrer has acted for the Health and Safety Executive at the inquest into the death of a female patient who was being detained in a secure hospital in Lincoln.
Ian Dove QC and Martin Kingston QC from No5’s planning group have been highly ranked in Planning magazine’s survey.
Ian Dove QC and James Corbet Burcher from No5 Chambers have appeared before Mr Justice Lindblom in the first case to be heard in the Planning Court.
Nassera Butt of No5 Chambers’ Family Law Group has been shortlisted for Barrister of the Year at the Leicestershire Law Society Legal Awards 2014.
No5 Chambers barrister Phil Bradley has defended Michaela Hutchings, 23, of Staffordshire, who retained a wrongly credited bank transfer.
S Chelvan of No5 Chambers has been interviewed for a news item that was broadcast on Channel 4 News on 28 March.
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.