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The case is unusual because of the successful prosecution of a company director who admitted the company’s health and safety failings were attributable to his negligence.
A reminder of the importance of a common sense and pragmatic approach when considering complex causation arguments in personal injury cases.
Christopher Wilson-Smith QC and Matthew Stockwell of Outer Temple Chambers have secure damages for a blind adventure athlete paralysed by a fall.
Claim raises questions over victims of untraced drivers.
State prosecutors achieve much of what they want by influence rather than direct control.
Hearing involved allegations brought by IFoA against two scheme actuaries.
James Counsell and Ben Bradley succeed in landmark sex abuse case against the Jehovah’s Witnesses Organisation.
Andrew Spink QC and James Rickards have appeared before the Determinations Panel in relation to the Carrington Wire Defined Benefit Scheme.
The informal Decision Making Under the Mental Capacity Act seminar will discuss various approaches to decision-making under the 2005 act.
Tom Gibson has been selected to represent the South Eastern Circuit at the University of Florida’s Advanced Trial Advocacy Programme.
Outer Temple barrister Fiona Scolding has acted for the Office of the Schools Adjudicator (OSA) in the case of the London Oratory’s appeal of the OSA decision against the school.
John McKendrick of Outer Temple Chambers has represented residents of a learning disabled community in North Yorkshire.
Fiona Scolding, John McKendrick, Nicholas Hill and Katarina Sydow provided a judicial review seminar to over 30 lawyers from the FCA, Bank of England and PRA.
Guardian Care brings LIBOR deceit and competition claim against Lloyds.
The Supreme Court on 11 March 2015 handed down a unanimous judgment that confirms that the Bolam test does not apply to a doctor’s duty to warn patients of the risks of treatment.
Tim Nesbitt of Outer Temple Chambers sees clients acquitted.
Permission to appeal to the Supreme Court has been granted in the case of Lee Hirons v Secretary of State for Justice .
An important judgment has been handed down that deals with the remedies available to members of the IBM Project Waltz scheme.
Tim Green of Outer Temple Chambers was recently instructed by the Health and Safety Executive to prosecute Western Park Leicester Ltd for a breach of arising from the death of an elderly resident.
Outer Temple Chambers’ Sarah Crowther recently appeared in a cohabitation property claim where a woman who was with her partner for 30 years was only awarded ownership of a dog.