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Rafanvicius & Others v Motley & LVI & Others

Edward Hutchin, instructed jointly by Keoghs, Clyde & Co, DWF, and DAC Beachcrofts, represented the successful Defendant insurers in this high profile fraud ring case. After about 15 claims were identified with strikingly similar features, the cases were case managed…


Weldemichael & Another (St Prix [2014] EUECJ C-507/12; effect) [2015]

Three Judge Panel test case on domestic implementation of CJEU Case C-507/12 Saint-Prix – pregnant workers and worker status.


In the Case Against Al Jadeed [Co.] S.A.L./ New T.V. S.A.L. (N.T.V.) & Karma Mohamed Tahsin Al Khayat

Contempt of court proceedings before the STL against a Lebanese journalist and the media company she works for. This case represents the first time that a corporation has been charged before an international criminal or hybrid court. Al Jadeed was…


R v Oscars Wine Bar Limited

An 18 year old woman had her stomach removed in emergency surgery hours after consuming a drink accompanied by a ‘smoke effect’ made using liquid nitrogen. The bar was prosecuted under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and…


MJK v P Ltd

High value claim arising out of serious machinery accident at work. Liability fully contested with arguments on contributory negligence, listed for 3 day trial on liability only. Negotiated agreement reached on liability with very small reduction for contributory negligence and…


O v Thorpe Park

Claim for assault, battery and false imprisonment by security guards. Settled at pre-trial review.


R (Kamrul Hasan) v Secretary of State for the Home Department; R (Reza Rahman) v Secretary of State for the Home Department

Instructed on behalf of the Secretary of State in judicial review claims challenging the Secretary of State’s classification of “print and send” immigration applications as applications made “by post” and not via the “relevant online application process” for the purposes…


Oaida v Wise (1) Tesco Underwriting Limited (2)

Claimant’s solicitors ordered to show cause pursuant to the wasted costs rules on the basis of improperly translated documents.  (Instructed by Tim Ibbotson of Keoghs.)


Mehmood v Singh (1) Advantage (2)

Claim arising from a staged accident dismissed with a positive finding of fraud on the basis of inconsistent damage. (Instructed by Morgan Davies of Hill Dickinson.) During cross-examination the Claimant stopped answering questions and exercised his right against self-incrimination. (Instructed…





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