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November 2020

A Practical Guide to Extradition Law Post-Brexit

The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will have a profound impact on cross-border co-operation in criminal matters. The legal instruments that have been used by Member States for the past 17 years will no longer apply to the…

A Practical Guide to Extradition Law Post-Brexit

A Practical Guide to Extradition Law Post-Brexit

TGC Extradition team invites you to a webinar in advance of the publication of A Practical Guide to Extradition Law Post-Brexit. Further details are available in the attached flyer. To register please email events@tgchambers.com WEBINAR INVITE


Air Pollution Inquest

Fiona Canby is representing the Mayor of London and Transport for London at the Inquest into the death of Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debrah starting today at London Inner South Coroner’s Court. Ella died aged 9 in 2013. The Inquest will consider: (i)…


Balancing the risk of COVID-19 with visits to residents

Mary-Teresa Deignan has written an article which is published in this week’s edition of The Carer. The article can be found on page 12 within the digital edition via the link below.


UK risks losing extradition powers after Brexit

If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, it will no longer benefit from the European Arrest Warrant, making extradition far more complex. Kathryn Howarth, Myles Grandison and Daniel Sternberg have written an article which is published in Accountancy…


Extradition after Brexit

Kathryn Howarth and Daniel Sternberg examine the implications for policing following the U.K’s exit from the E.U, in particular the loss of access to the European Arrest Warrant. Home


£550,000 settlement for a 43-year-old unemployed baker who sustained a brain injury in an unusual running down accident

Marcus Grant represented the Claimant who was left with enduring symptoms. C became involved in an altercation during the hours of darkness in a poorly lit area with his wife and lover with them locked inside a car and him…


Ofcom finds breaches of the Broadcasting Code

Rodney Dixon KC acting on behalf of a detainee who had his confession obtained under torture, broadcast on TV as though it were a voluntary interview, has succeeded in his complaint to Ofcom. The adjudication has found that the TV…


£1.2m settlement for a 61-year-old hotelier who sustained a head injury in a road accident

Marcus Grant represented the Claimant who was left with enduring symptoms. The Claimant was involved in a high speed rear end shunting accident when his motorcycle was struck from behind. He sustained a number of bony injuries and a suspected…


EXE v BBC Studioworks

Richard Wilkinson, led by Andrew Ritchie QC, recovered damages of £4m on behalf of a 42 year old Claimant who sustained both spinal cord and brain injuries when falling 10 metres from the grid floor  whilst working as an electrician…





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