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Michael Bowes QC, Richard Lissack QC, Ali Almihdar and Eleanor Davison were invited to take part in a global forum on corporate criminal liability on 23-24 March 2015.
Outer Temple Chambers has announced that David Russell QC, formerly a door tenant, has accepted an offer to become a full member of Chambers.
Outer Temple’s John McKendrick gave a presentation to members of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners in Mexico City on 10 November 2014.
Ben Compton QC and Robert Dickason of Outer Temple Chambers have secured the acquittal of their client from the Sterecycle corporate manslaughter prosecution.
The Legal 500 has recommended Outer Temple Chambers as a top-tier set in business and regulatory crime.
Outer Temple Chambers has been instructed by the Environment Agency in an enforcement action taken against three companies, their directors and managers.
Members of Outer Temple Chambers, include director Steve Graham, were in Dubai last week for the major legal social event of the year.
Outer Temple Chambers has been commended in the FT’s Innovative Lawyers 2014 Report.
The government has issued a consultation along with draft regulations on how it intends to implement the EU directive ratified in April 2014 to update and modernise procurement rules.
Ben Compton QC from Outer Temple Chambers has been acting for Beko in relation to the fridge-freezer fires that led to the Santosh Muthiah inquest.
John McKendrick has been invited by the Inter-American Development Bank to speak on the subject of effective oversight of procurement.
In early May 2014, three Chambers directors and 15 Outer Temple barristers visited Dubai to strengthen and reaffirm their commitment to working in the region.
Richard Lissack QC and Eleanor Davison of Outer Temple Chambers were key panel speakers at the Herbert Smith Freehills — Corporate Crime and Investigations Conference.
Ben Compton QC and James Leonard have spoken at the seventh CAPITA health and safety (corporate manslaughter) lecture at the Royal College of Surgeons.
Fifteen Outer Temple barristers will be in Dubai from 5–8 May, meeting with and presenting to a range of organisations, local law firms and businesses.
Outer Temple Chambers has welcomed Matthew McDonagh, who joins the firm’s health department from 23 Essex Street.
On 1 April 2014, a new and improved criminal cartel offence will be introduced in the UK by virtue of section 47 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013.
Outer Temple Chambers barristers Gerard McDermott QC and Richard Lissack QC have been shortlisted for The Chambers 100 — the Bar.
Last week’s announcement that the US Justice Department has charged a company with criminal insider trading has left the global hedge fund and banking industry reeling.