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February 2019

Supreme Court judgment

The Supreme Court has given judgment in the case of Konecny v District Court in Brno Venkov, Czech Republic UKSC 2017/0200. The appeal considered whether or not an individual can properly be described as an accused person when he had…

Supreme Court judgment

TGC Fraud Newsletter

Please see link below for the February issue of the TGC Fraud Newsletter. This publication has been set up with the stated aim of facilitating the sharing of information about decided claims involving issues of road traffic fraud and related…

News, Publications

Breakfast Costs Conference

TGC will be holding a Breakfast Costs Conference on 27 March 2019 from 8.15am-10.45am at Arundel House, 13-15 Arundel Street, London WC2R 3DX. Please see here for further details and booking information.

Events, News

Dishonest boxer punished for contempt of court

Edward Hutchin, instructed by Andrew Thomson of DAC Beachcrofts on behalf of Allianz Insurance, successfully represented the insurers in this case, in which a dishonest Claimant was found guilty of 2 counts of contempt of court. The Claimant made claims…


Court of Appeal confirms limits on family member rights under EU law

Julia Smyth successfully represented the Secretary of State for the Home Department in Fatima & ors v SSHD [2019] EWCA Civ 124 (judgment 7 February 2019). The case concerned the limits on the rights of “extended family members” under EU…


Court of Appeal considers genuine and sufficient link test

Julia Smyth, led by Gerry Facenna QC at Monckton Chambers, represented the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in two appeals heard in the Court of Appeal on 7 February 2019, concerning the “genuine and sufficient link” test as…





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