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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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Emma Greenhalgh shortlisted for Young Legal Professional of the Year.

4th October, 2016

Family Team Leader Ped McKinstry recently nominated Family Barrister Emma Greenhalgh for the Young Legal Professional of the Year award for the JCI Manchester Young Talent Awards.

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Chambers recognised in latest Legal 500 rankings

14th September, 2016

Congratulations to all 46 members who have been acknowledged as experts within their field once again.

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Ian Denham chairs PEOPIL RTA & Whiplash Conference in Bari

12th July, 2016

In June 2016, Ian Denham, the head of Chambers’ Travel law team, was invited chair the Pan European Organisation of Personal Injury Lawyers (PEOPIL) RTA & Whiplash Conference in Bari in Southern Italy.

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Michael Lemmy conducts advocacy training in South Africa

8th July, 2016

"Three of our trainers have just returned from South Africa where they have assisted with the first National Pupillage Advocacy Training Programme organised by the country's General Council of the Bar (GCB).

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Brexit - a bonfire of employment rights? Paul Gilroy, QC

29th June, 2016

European directives on employment law have been enacted in literal or modified terms for decades into domestic UK legislation.

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