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JS (Uganda)

The leading Court of Appeal authority concerning the meaning of “refugee” in the 1951 Refugee Convention and the circumstances in which refugee status may be withdrawn on the grounds that the reasons for the initial grant of asylum no longer…


Mr P v High Street Bank

George Davies was involved in a successful mediation of a High Court claim on behalf of a claimant who was seeking substantial damages against a high street bank for exacerbation of a psychiatric illness and for loss of earnings. The…


BY v District Court in Paphos (Cyprus)

The Divisional Court (Rafferty LJ and J) found that the father of five children, all of whom have significant medical problems should not face prosecution in Cyprus for a fraud which is said to have taken place in 2016. Considering…


Mustard v Flower & Flower & Direct Line Group

Judicial ruling on admissibility of covert recordings in injury claims. Marcus Grant, instructed by Dickinson Solicitors, represented a Claimant in the High Court who was permitted to rely on such recordings. Master Davison handed down a detailed judgment on the…


R (HSE) v X Construction Company Limited

Keith secures a reduction of almost quarter of a million pounds for a very large construction company following its guilty plea to a charge under section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.


R (HSE) v Mick George Limited

Keith secures a substantial reduction in the fine imposed for breach of Regulation 25(3) of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015. Prosecution arose as a consequence of a tipper vehicle striking an overhead power line (OPL).


Grenfell Tower Inquiry

Keith has been retained to advise some of those engaged in the Public Inquiry.


Shoreham Air Disaster Inquest

Keith is instructed by the Civil Aviation Authority in the ongoing Inquests in the deaths of 11 people on 22 August 2015 when a Hawker Hunter participating in the Shoreham Air Show crashed onto the A27


B v NW Anglia NHS Foundation Trust

Lionel Stride represented the dependants of a deceased patient in a High Court claim arising out of an 18-20 month negligent delay in diagnosing cancer, which tragically resulted in the patient’s premature death. The claim, which included significant claims for…





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