Grays Inn Meet and Greet with Lady Hale, Baroness of Richmond

17th May, 2023

9 St John Street were delighted to host a meet and greet event for Grays Inn with Lady Hale, Baroness of Richmond.

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9 St John Street Employment Team assisting Hill Dickinson LLP with their In House training

27th April, 2023

Katie Nowell and Amy Smith were kindly invited by Kerstie Skeaping at Hill Dickinson in Liverpool to provide some internal training for the Employment Team on 'Holiday Pay claims.'

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Greg Lawton examines the decision in Baxter v Doble & Anor [2023] EWHC 486 (KB), which concerns a contempt of court application for conducting litigation when not entitled to do so

19th April, 2023

The judgment of the High Court in Baxter v Doble & Anor [2023] EWHC 486 (KB) highlights the need for caution among those operating certain business models engaged in providing legal services...

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Mike O’Neill takes part in a podcast with Keoghs Solicitors in relation to Complex Injury and Fundamental Dishonesty

12th April, 2023

Lee Cook hosts a podcast with fellow member Liam Walsh and Michael O'Neill, barrister here at Nine St John Street Chambers, to analyse key points from the big cases of 2022.

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New Criminal Team Management Line-up

5th April, 2023

Chambers are delighted to announce the appointment of Vanessa Thomson as the new Head of The Criminal Team. Robert Smith has accepted the position of Deputy Head.

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Victoria Rigby: No one size fits all in equine

31st March, 2023

Recent horse cases reaffirm that there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach in equine cases. The case-by-case approach is very much still in play.

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Employment status in the EAT: One man-two guvnors? Is a taxi-driver ever self-employed?

30th March, 2023

Louise acted pro bono via Advocate for a taxi owner who had been found to be the employer of the driver who rented his taxi in the EAT before HHJ Auerbach.

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Inheritance Act Claims Webinar - Broken promises and testamentary freedom

30th March, 2023

David Gilchrist, Richard Selwyn Sharpe and Charles Holbech will discuss topical issues under the Inheritance Act and in relation to claims of proprietary estoppel which affect wills, estates and the administration of estates.

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Martin Mensah and Amy Smith participate in Mock Employment Tribunal for Squire Patton Boggs

22nd March, 2023

They were able to bring their specialist experience to the training session, helping managers and Employee Relations identify best practice when dealing with disciplinary hearings.

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9 St John Street Chambers welcomes Isabelle Haddad as a tenant following her successful Pupillage

15th March, 2023

Chambers is delighted to announce that Isabelle Haddad has successfully completed her Pupillage and has accepted an invitation to join Chambers as part of the Criminal Team.

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