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September 2020

TGC Shortlisted at the Chambers Bar Awards 2020

TGC are delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted at the forthcoming Chambers Bar Awards 2020 as Health and Safety Set of the Year Congratulations to the H&S team who have all contributed to this nomination. The 2020 Chambers Bar…

TGC Shortlisted at the Chambers Bar Awards 2020

Rodney Dixon KC and Rhys Davies file submissions at the United Nations on behalf of the Huwaitat tribe in Saudi Arabia

Rodney Dixon and Rhys Davies have submitted an urgent communication to the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous people, and the UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons. The Huwaitat Tribe have been living…


Dominic Grieve KC, appointed Chair of Islamic Relief’s independent commission on trustee vetting and conduct

Dominic Grieve KC, former Attorney General and former Chair of Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee, is to chair a new Independent Commission established by the charity Islamic Relief Worldwide. The Commission will assess the vetting of the charity’s trustees and…


Retail Risk – London L.I.V.E.

Fiona Canby will be discussing H&S and Store and Facility Management at the Retail Risk – London L.I.V.E webinar, Thursday 17 September, from 9.00am. The Agenda can be found at the link below.


Time to relax, rewind and… expect the unexpected?

Scarlett Milligan, writing for LexisNexis, explores the latest development in the law of driverless cars: the government’s consultation on Automated Lane Keeping Systems, which suggests that an early form of driverless technology could be on our roads as early as…


£756,000 settlement for a 42-year-old ground worker who sustained injuries to his foot and back and tinnitus in a road accident

Marcus Grant represented the Claimant who was left with enduring symptoms. A 42-year-old ground worker recovered £756,000 in a negotiated settlement in respect of injuries to his foot and back and tinnitus sustained when the van he was driving was struck…


Employers shouldn’t be treated as criminals

Workplace guidelines for coronavirus are born from bad government guidance.  The law shouldn’t punish businesses for trying to follow it.  Read Keith Morton KC’s article in today’s issue of The Times.


High Court rejects Helen McCourt murder release challenge

Marie McCourt has lost her judicial review claim against the decision of the Parole Board to release Ian Simms, who murdered her daughter Helen McCourt in 1988 and who has refused to reveal the location of her remains.  Nicholas Chapman…





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