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March 2017

Amputee Serviceman Receives £4.2 million

Paul Kilcoyne was instructed by Rhiannon Daniel of Trethowans  Solicitors LLP, Salisbury. Soldier A  suffered injuries to his left knee whilst carrying out a fireman’s lift in a training exercise in the UK.  He underwent a number of surgical interventions…

Amputee Serviceman Receives £4.2 million

His Honour Judge Mark Bishop appointed a Senior Judge of the Sovereign Base Area, Cyprus

Temple Garden Chambers is delighted to announce that His Honour Judge Mark Bishop, a former member of Chambers, has been appointed a Senior Judge of the Sovereign Base Area, Cyprus. Senior Judges deal with more serious civil and criminal cases…


Severely Injured Claimant Recovers £1.14M

Jonathan Watt-Pringle QC and Anthony Johnson (instructed by Richard Foyster of Ashtons Legal) represented the Claimant in this employer’s liability matter that settled for £1,425,000 on a 100% basis (£1,140,000 net of a previously agreed 80:20 liability split agreed between…


Fraser J approves combined PPO and lump sum settlement following the introduction of the new discount rate in a case involving the MIB

Marcus Grant, instructed by Alexander Wormald of Clarkson, Wright & Jakes, represented a 17 year old pillion passenger on a motorcycle who sustained a severe brain injury in a road accident with an uninsured driver. The Claimant, who was a Protected Party…


Widow recovers £150,000 from a landowner in respect of the death of her husband killed by a falling branch from one of his trees

Marcus Grant instructed by Nick Godwin of Slater & Gordon, represented a 68-year-old widow whose 64 year old husband died when a branch from an oak tree struck his passing car on an A road in Berkshire. Liability was disputed….


Karim Khan KC and Aidan Ellis are currently representing Bruno Stojic before the Appeals Chamber of the ICTY

Bruno Stojic was the Head of the Defence Department of the Croatian Community of Herceg Bosna. He is appealing against his conviction for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Bosnia in 1993. The case is expected to be…


Surveillance Evidence – delayed application did not constitute an ambush

Acting on behalf of the Defendant insurers, James Arney successfully argued that notwithstanding delays in disclosing other surveillance footage until 2 months before a trial window, it was in the interest of justice to allow the Defendant to rely on…


TGC “Bake Off” for Royal Trinity Hospice

Members of Temple Garden Chambers turned their legal hands to a spot of baking.  The tasty cakes were enjoyed by members of chambers on Monday 13 March for generous donations.   The bake off raised an amazing £657 for Royal…


Keith Morton KC succeeds in challenge to Health and Safety Executive’s Fee for Intervention dispute process

Keith Morton KC, instructed by Mike Appleby Partner of Fisher Scoggins Waters and representing OCS Group UK Limited, brought judicial review proceedings against the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) dispute process for challenging findings of contravention and fees issued under…





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