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Patrizkova v Geeves

Emma Northey was instructed on a claim which was dismissed. The judge was satisfied that the unusual circumstances in which the hire agreement came into being rendered it unenforceable against the Claimant, meaning that there was no loss to claim…


Manku v Dixons Carphone

Claim dismissed. The Defendant’s submissions regarding both rate and period were preferred. The resulting sum was less than the Defendant’s interim payment.


Yasin v Markerstudy

Finding of fundamental dishonesty against the Claimant, whose two passenger witnesses had withdrawn their statements on the morning of the trial. Numerous inconsistencies within the papers were compounded by additional inconsistent evidence given under cross-examination. The judge was satisfied that…


Noto v (1) Galloway (2) Service Underwriting Management

Finding of fundamental dishonesty against the Claimant, on the basis that he had not in fact sustained any personal injury in a very minor road traffic accident. There was no mention of the alleged injuries in the Claimant’s GP notes….


R (Scarfe & Ors) v (1) Governor of HMP Woodhill (2) Secretary of State for Justice

Emma Price led by James Strachan QC (39 Essex Chambers) represented the Secretary of State for Justice and the Governor of HMP Woodhill in this judicial review claim, which was brought by the families of two prisoners who committed suicide…


Nielson v Argos

43-year-old Warehouse Worker recovered £539,000 for post traumatic fibromyalgia following a workplace accident – Marcus Grant instructed by Steven Akerman of Brian Barr Solicitors represented the Claimant. A Warehouse Worker for Argos fell backwards landing heavily on her right sacro-iliac…





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