Michael Hayton QC Acting for the prosecution involving historic abuse by teachers at a school for boys with social and welfare issues in the 1970s and 1980s
R v Derrick Cooper and others.
Part of Operation Hydrant, a nationwide investigation into abuse by persons of prominence or at institutions by teaching staff. Acting for
Comber v (1) Virgin Media Limited & (2) St Helens MBC (2018)
Highways Act 1980/Common Law Negligence
The claim was brought against both the First & Second Defendant
Claimant's appeal dismissed in Dunhill-v-(1) W Brook and Co and (2) Justin Crossley
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by the claimant, Joanne Dunhill, who was
Fraser Livesey represents former teacher acquitted of historic abuse allegations:
Simon McCann secures a double finding of fundamental dishonesty in a public liability case, and secures an enforceable Order for costs for insurers
Simon McCann secures a double finding of fundamental dishonesty in a public liability case, and secures an enforceable Order for costs for insurers.
The Claimants were pedestrians
Disclosure of Proofs; Liquidator Wins Appeal
Mr Justice Norris gave judgment today in Burnden Group Holdings Limited-v-Stephen Hunt (Liquidator of Burnden Holdings (UK) Limited), on an appeal
James Paterson Represents Defendant Insurer in a ghost passenger case in which the Claimant was found to be fundamentally dishonest
Adenuga v Zurich
Civil and Insurance Fraud
Representing the Defendant Insurer in a ghost passenger case in which the Claimant was found to be fundamentally
Deans Court Women spent International Women’s Day with Baroness Hale at the Women in Law dinner in Manchester.
We are pleased to announce that, after being shortlisted for the ‘Barristers Chambers of the Year’, we have won this prestigious award at the annual Manchester Legal Awards. This is
Prosecuting the sexual abuse of the defendant who sexually assaulted two of his biological daughters when they were approximately aged 10 and also his second cousin