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Miller v Associated Newspapers [2017]

Supreme Court. Newspapers’ Article 10 challenge to the payment of Additional Liabilities. James Laughland appeared as Junior Counsel for one of three Respondents in a combined leap-frog appeal brought by three newspapers (The Times, Daily Mail & Mirror) against their…


Broadhurst v Tan [2016] EWCA Civ 94

Appeared for the Defendants in this expedited appeal heard before the Master of the Rolls and others concerning the issue of whether In fixed costs personal injury claims governed by CPR Pt 45 s.IIIA, costs were payable on the indemnity…


AFTAB v Metroline – Clerkenwell & Shoreditch CC

Finding of fundamental dishonesty for Metroline following late discontinuance by the Claimant, an alleged bus passenger. Instructed by Sandra MacMichael of Weightmans.


Court of Appeal Anonymity Case

On 19.1.17, Matt Waszak, instructed by the Bar Pro Bono Unit, acted for the appellant in an application before the Court of Appeal (Gloster (Vice President), King, Lewison LJJ) to preserve the anonymity of appeal proceedings in an ancillary relief…


Frost & Ors v MGN Limited

Supreme Court. Newspaper Article 10 challenge to the payment of Additional Liabilities. Simon Browne QC appeared for 23 separate Respondents in a three day challenge in the Supreme Court by the Appellant Newspaper (The Mirror) to pay success fees and…


Randhawa v Singh

James Bell represented the Claimant, who relocated to California,  in this high value ($2M), lower limb amputee, with complex pain problems claim. Cross border issues arose in relation to living/care/prosthetic costings, discount rate and PPOs, as well as US tax…


Soldier MT v MOD

Paul Kilcoyne represented the Claimant, who was a former Royal Marine who sustained hearing loss and damage following operations in Afghanistan and subsequently whilst carrying out training exercises for the Special Forces. The Claimant was discharged from the Royal Marines…


ABC v Southend University Hospital Trust

Simon Browne QC represented the Claimant (now aged 8 years) in a multi million pound a cerebral palsy case. He is severely disabled by tetraplegic dyskinetic cerebral palsy level 4/5. Liability was ordered to be tried as a preliminary issue….


Hannah Bhadri v Dr Hariram & Dr Freed

Simon Browne QC represented the Claimant in this clinical negligence case against two GPs. The Claimant  was born with subluxation (partial dislocation) of her hips bilaterally. The Claimant’s condition was not identified until she was aged 4 ½ – 5…


Byrne v Estate of Lawrence Bickham & Brighton and Hove Bus Company

Simon Browne QC represented the insurers of the bus company in this case of both personal injury and insurance law. The Claimant was a blameless pillion passenger on a motor cycle suing the rider and the bus company for an…





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