Chambers are delighted to announce that Stuart Biggs is now a tenant of Three Raymond Buildings.
The High Court today heard a challenge to the first ever Unexplained Wealth Order. The order had originally been sought and obtained by the National Crime Agency, and concerns a property in London said ultimately to be owned by a Politically-Exposed Person now in custody abroad. (There are reporting restrictions in place to protect the […]
Stuart Scott, the former head of currency trading at HSBC Holdings Plc, won a last-ditch battle to block his extradition to the U.S., where he would face wire-fraud charges. Clair Dobbin was instructed as Junior Counsel for Mr Scott. Click here to read your article from the Telegraph
In April this year, the Charity Commission announced a statutory inquiry into safeguarding practices at RNIB. Hugh Davies QC has been appointed to lead an investigation as part of that statutory process and will report his findings to the Charity Commission later this year. Click here to read the update from the RNIB website
Two men killed in a factory explosion three years ago when the paint booth they were working in exploded and turned into a fireball saw their employer, Harford Attachments Ltd, admit two breaches of health and safety practices, and were fined £145,000 at Norwich Crown Court. Jonathan Ashley-Norman, prosecuting, told the court the deaths had […]
A police officer captured in a video that went viral was cleared at Southwark Crown Court of criminal damage, common assault and possession of a blade after sawing and smashing his way through a suspect’s windscreen using a multi-tool. Kevin Baumber represented the accused officer. Click here to read the article from the BBC
Rachel Barnes has authored a Practice Note for Practical Law (Thomson Reuters). Rachel looks at UN, EU and UK-autonomous sanctions. She addresses ways in which sanctions targets may challenge their designations and strategic considerations. Click here to read the article
Following the death of a pensioner at a nursing home in Essex after contracting Legionnaire’s disease, Bupa have been fined £3M. Jonathan Ashley-Norman QC represented the Health & Safety Executive Click here to read the article from the BBC
Following a trial at the Old Bailey, both Sabrina Kouider & Oussem Medouni have been found guilty of the murder of Sophie Lionnet, their au pair. Richard Horwell QC was lead Counsel for the Prosecution Click here to read the article from the BBC
Rachel Barnes is quoted in ‘Trading Blows’, a feature article in The Law Society Gazette on the practical fallout of new US sanctions on Iran and UK/EU sanctions post-Brexit. Click here to read the article.