James Paterson represented the Defendants in a finding of fundamental dishonesty against the Claimant in a claim for personal injury arising out of a road traffic accident
James Paterson represented the Defendants. A finding of fundamental dishonesty against the Claimant in a claim for personal injury
Nick Fewtrell, instructed by Keoghs, has defended a claim at trial involving alleged historical abuse by a now deceased former teacher at a Roman Catholic seminary in the 1970s.
Michael Jones considers the use of the court’s inherent jurisdiction in some deprivation of children’s liberty cases and calls for urgent reform
Peter Rothery led solicitor Colin Warner for the child in a 3 week fact finding hearing before Mrs Justice Knowles arising from the death of an 8 day old baby
Joseph Hart represented a care home company, which following a successful appeal had their fine halved for food safety offences
R (HSE) v. (1) Aldi Stores Ltd (2) VBT Ltd: Manchester Magistrates’ Court; DJ Qureshi 3rd July 2018