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Amy Rollings and Kirsty McKinlay write second article on Quantifying Holiday Claims for the Personal Injury Law Journal

15th February, 2018

Title: "Non voyage: Holiday damages outside of the package travel rules"

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Amy Rollings and Kirsty McKinlay write article on Quantifying Holiday Claims for the Personal Injury Law Journal

16th January, 2018

Title: "Wish You Weren't Here: Quantifying Holiday Claims"

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Louise Brandon prosecutes Manchester Arena Bombing 'Hero' Christopher Parker

4th January, 2018

Louise Brandon has successfully prosecuted the man accused of stealing a mobile telephone and purse from a victim of the Manchester Arena Bombing.

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Julie-Anne Luck represented a bereaved family at an inquest into the death of their 21 year old son

20th December, 2017

Leeds Beckett University and the deceased's GP were both interested parties at the inquest.  The suicide followed a variety of issues involving mental health difficulties, a lack of engagement with academic studies, and escalating debt problems. The deceased's GP accepted that she should have asked the deceased whether he had suicidal thoughts.

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Nicholas Clarke QC and Jaime Hamilton secure acquittal of a Mother accused of killing her new born baby

15th December, 2017

Nicholas Clarke QC and Jaime Hamilton have secured the acquittal of a mother who was accused of murdering her new born baby.

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Sacking of whistleblowing compliance officer upheld

14th December, 2017

Stefan Brochwicz-Lewinski has successfully defended an appeal in the Employment Appeal Tribunal in a whistleblowing case brought by a financial compliance officer who was dismissed after making a protected disclosure.

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Gary Woodhall appointed Circuit Judge

13th December, 2017

It is with great pleasure to announce that The Queen has appointed Gary Woodhall to be a Circuit Judge on the advice of the Lord Chancellor, the Right Honourable David Lidington MP and the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, the Right Honourable Sir Ian Burnett.

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Personal injury fraudster sentenced to 9 months imprisonment

23rd November, 2017

Michael Lemmy was instructed by DAC Beachcroft Claims Ltd to represent Aviva Insurance Ltd on their application to commit the Respondent for contempt of court.  The Respondent who had deliberately caused a road traffic collision by braking suddenly in front of another vehicle in order to bring a fraudulent personal injury claim was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment for making false statements about the cause of the collision.

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Relevance of observations contained in remedy on remitted liability hearing? - 2017 EWCA Civ 3772

20th October, 2017

The Claimant was dismissed for conduct related reasons.

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9 St John Street Chambers recognised as a Leading Set in the new Legal 500 rankings.

12th October, 2017

Chambers is delighted to announce that we have been recognised as a 'Tier 1' Leading set in the new Legal 500 Chambers rankings.

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