Rachel Barnes is speaking today on international sanctions and export controls at the English-Cypriot Law Day, Limassol, Cyprus. Click here for more details. On Tuesday 17 September, Rachel is speaking at the Jersey sanctions forum, St Helier. Click here for more details.
We are delighted to wish Ben Brandon well in his new role as a Partner at Mishcon de Reya and look forward to continuing to work closely together in our shared specialist fields.
We are delighted to announce that Nicholas Yeo has been appointed as a Recorder which will take effect from 16th September 2019.
Three members of Chambers, and Chambers, have been nominated for professional awards by Chambers & Partners for the UK Bar Awards. Patrick Gibbs QC has been nominated for Silk of the Year, with Kevin Baumber being nominated for Junior of the Year in the area of Professional Discipline. Sarah Le Fevre has been nominated for […]
Govia Thameslink Railway Limited was fined £1 million following the death of a passenger on the Gatwick Express. On a line with a proliferation of trackside objects, the company failed to conduct any assessment of the risks associated with passengers having access to droplight windows, leaving passengers at risk. Instructed by the Office of Rail […]
The inquests into the deaths of the terrorists who were shot dead by police firearms officers during the London Bridge and Borough Market attacks concluded today. These inquests followed immediately from the inquests into the eight victims who were tragically killed on London Bridge and at Borough Market. The jury returned conclusions of lawful killing […]
Gerald Matovu was convicted of murder at the Old Bailey; he and his partner Brandan Dunbar targeted their victims through gay dating apps, drugging them and stealing from them. Matovu met a businessman through the Gindr app and gave him a fatal dose of GHB at his home in Chessington. Matovu had also previously admitted […]
The Public inquiry into the death of Anthony Grainger has concluded that the Greater Manchester Police firearms officer, Q9, did not act unlawfully when he shot Mr Grainger. Hugh Davies QC & Emma Collins represented the firearms officer throughout the proceedings Click here to read the article from the BBC
Westminster Magistrates’ Court discharged five individuals today alleged to be part of a significant human trafficking gang, accused of smuggling migrants from Belgium into the UK in the cargo space of lorries. The court discharged the individuals under section 12A of the Extradition Act 2003. Rebecca Hadgett represented two of the Requested Persons in the […]
Carole Ann Hodson was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment and ordered to pay almost £4.5m in confiscation at the Wolverhapmton Crown Court Rachel Barnes represented the Serious Fraud Office throughout the case Click here to read the article from the SFO website