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Mike Lemmy and Matthew Snarr provide a seminar to Slater and Gordon (Manchester Office)

23rd June, 2017

Mike Lemmy and Matthew Snarr provide a seminar to Slater and Gordon (Manchester Office) on 22.6.17 considering the implications of the discount rate for large loss personal injury claims and its effect on accommodation claims in the wake of JR v Sheffield Teaching Hospitals [2017] EWHC 1245 (QB). 

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Nine St John Street are sponsoring and exhibiting at AvMA's Annual Clinical Negligence conference

23rd June, 2017

Nine St John Street are sponsoring and exhibiting at AvMA's Annual Clinical Negligence conference held this Friday and Saturday, the 23rd and 24th June, at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds.

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Youth Social Action Fund supported by Auto Trader and 9 St. John Street Barristers Chambers

2nd June, 2017

The Youth Social Action Fund was established to raise the quality and increase youth social action and increase the percentage of young people volunteering, fundraising and campaigning.  The fund, part of the #iwill campaign from the department for Culture, Media and Sport with the Big Lottery hopes to increase significantly participation from young people; to encourage and facilitate them to make a difference.

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Rachel Wedderspoon appointed as Qualified Chair and Legal Assessor for Medical Practitioners Tribunal Services

8th May, 2017

Rachel Wedderspoon has been appointed as a Qualified Chair and Legal Assessor for Medical Practitioners Tribunal Services (MPTS).

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Brian McCluggage appears in sensitive fatal accident liability High Court authority on the operation of ex turpi causa during an incident of road rage

3rd May, 2017

Brian McCluggage appears in important High Court authority in McHugh (Deceased) v Esure [2017] EWHC 710 (QB) which determined liability issues in a sensitive case arising out of a fatal accident.

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Andrew Clark is successful in the Supreme Court in opposing an application to reverse the costs order in Plevin.

17th March, 2017

On 12 November 2014, the Supreme Court found that the relationship between Mrs Plevin as debtor and Paragon Personal Finance Ltd as creditor was unfair to her within the meaning of s.140A of the Consumer Credit Act 1974, owing to its failure to disclose the amount of commissions paid to it and to a broker, L.L.

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Amy Rollings returns from Pegasus Trust Scholarship to Hong Kong

24th January, 2017

Amy reports on her time spent in Hong Kong as a Pegasus Scholar:

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Limits of Trade Union Protection?

24th January, 2017

Metrolink RatpDev Ltd v Stephen Morris

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Phil Barnes appointed as Deputy District Judge

20th January, 2017

Chambers are delighted to announce that Phil Barnes has been appointed by The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales as a Deputy District Judge (Magistrates’ Court).

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Ed Morgan Awarded Double Doctorate

27th October, 2016

On 26 October 2016, Ed Morgan was awarded a double doctorate (PhD/JCD) at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium.

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