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E v B & L

£1.5m settlement for a 52-year-old decorator who developed Functional Neurological Disorder. A then 46-year-old decorator was involved in a low-speed side-impact road accident causing him a whiplash injury. His head struck the side of the driver’s door causing him a concussion….


R (TN (Vietnam)) v Home Secretary

The Supreme Court upheld a Court of Appeal decision that an asylum appeal determination is not automatically a nullity even if the applicable fast-track procedure was systemically flawed. Robin Tam KC and Natasha Barnes (of 1COR) represented the Home Secretary…


R (HSE) v A Major Construction Company

Keith Morton, instructed by Madeleine Abas, Senior Partner of Osborn Abas Hunt, secured the acquittal of a major construction company following an 8 day trial before the District Judge (Magistrates’ Court) at Derby Magistrates Court. The case explored the relationship…


Croydon Tram Inquest

Keith Morton KC, leading Fiona Canby, represented Transport for London at the inquests into the deaths of seven people killed in the Croydon Tram crash at Sandilands on 9 November 2016. The inquests were held over 10 weeks. The jury…


K v C

An 18-year-old student recovered £725,000 in respect of whiplash and psychological injuries in a rear-end shunting accident at 10 mph. She had been exposed to abuse in her childhood and was more vulnerable to the consequences of trauma than an…


T v N

Marcus Grant represented a 36-year-old prison officer who recovered £430,000 in respect of a mild traumatic brain injury [“MTBI”] and associated audiovestibular [“AV”] and psychological injuries after being knocked off her motorcycle at low speed. Following the accident she developed…


TD v Albania

Court of Appeal decision concerning the interpretation of the ‘unduly harsh’ test pursuant to Part 5A of the Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002. Émilie appeared alone against Ramby de Mello QC.


Wozniak v Poland

Émilie Pottle was led by Clare Montgomery QC on the lead case in the rule of law challenge to extradition to Poland. Fordham J granted permission to the requested person challenging the independence of the judiciary in view of legislative…


Shirnakhy v Germany

Émilie was led by David Perry QC in the lead case concerning the validity of European Arrest Warrants issued by Germany following the CJEU’s decision that warrants issued by prosecutors there were invalid.  Important guidance on the meaning of the…





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