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Matt Hooper represented the Defendant in a claim brought by an ex-employee for damages arising from an alleged accident at work
Joe Hart defended an osteopath who practices for a number of months without the requisite insurance, having been misadvised by his broker
Peter Smith in H&S case concerning the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations
The prosecution concerned hand arm vibration conditions which eventuated in 4 men who worked in the maintenance departments at 2 distinct employers who were subsequently the subject of TUPE. ON Ltd therefore stood in the shoes of the former entities for the purpose of the proceedings.
Simon McCann and Pascale Hicks successfully defend serious Sports Injury case
Simon McCann and Pascale Hicks were respectively instructed to defend a local authority and an amateur football team against allegations of negligence and breach of duty arising from the alleged state of a pitch.
Nick Fewtrell Successful in the Supreme Court for Barclays
On 1 April 2020 the Supreme Court handed down a landmark judgement in Barclays Bank v Various Claimants  UKSC 13 examining what is known as ‘stage one’ of the test for vicarious liability, namely whether the relationship is one that is capable of giving rise to vicarious liability).
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Our Manchester and Preston Chambers are now open in accordance with Government guidelines. All the clerks are working in the office and some of the staff are still working from home on a rota basis. We are following all guidelines re hygiene and social distancing.
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