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Court Video Platform – 9 Tips from 9 St John Street

2nd June, 2020

Nigel Booth and Hayley Bennett have provided a useful document for consideration when using the new CVP application.

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Covid-19 and the extension of the custody time limit in the Crown Court: A Defence Perspective

2nd June, 2020

David Bruce looks at the impact of COVID-19 in relation to Custody Time Limits.

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Catherine Cundy appointed as a fee paid Judge of The Mental Health Tribunal

28th May, 2020

9 St John Street are delighted to announce that Catherine Cundy has been appointed as a Fee Paid Judge of the First Tier Tribunal (Health, Education and Social Care Chamber) and will sit in the Mental Health Tribunal.

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9 St John Street Criminal Team Bulletin - Issue 5

26th May, 2020

Welcome to the fifth in our series of weekly bulletins. We are all doing our best to find new ways of working effectively in these strange times.

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Stargazing Covid-19

22nd May, 2020

Matthew Snarr considers the implications of Covid-19 for the assessment of damages in personal injury litigation in a new article ‘Stargazing Covid-19’.

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9 St John Street Criminal Team Bulletin - Issue 4

19th May, 2020

This is our fourth weekly bulletin. We appreciate the difficulties our clients and colleagues face during this difficult period. You can be assured that we strive to maintain our high standards of service.

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Coronavirus Regulations – An Update by Nigel Booth

18th May, 2020

9 St John Street Criminal Barrister, Nigel Booth explores the latest changes to the Coronavirus regulations.

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Catherine Cundy discusses inquest case of Lee

18th May, 2020

Catherine considers the case of Lee, R (On the Application of) v HM Assistant Coroner for the City of Sunderland, [2019] EWHC 3227 (Admin) in the context of Article 2 and its application to healthcare cases.

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New Employment Insights Video – Health and Safety in the Workplace

New Employment Insights Video – Health and Safety in the Workplace

15th May, 2020

Jennie Ferrario considers the law regarding whether employees can be dismissed for refusing to go to work because they consider it to be unsafe.

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9SJS Beating COVID19 - well for 28 minutes at least...

13th May, 2020

Who would have thought that being allowed out for half an hour a day would have become so precious?

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