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July 2022

TGC welcomes three new tenants

Temple Garden Chambers is delighted to announce that Anisa Kassamali, Grace Corby and Sebastian Bates have accepted invitations to join chambers after successfully completing pupillage. They will take up their positions as full Members of Chambers from October 2022. Anisa,…

TGC welcomes three new tenants

Tyre blast Inquest

Paul Kilcoyne was instructed by Anne Maguire of Geoffrey Leaver Solicitors on behalf of the family of the late Mark Digweed who sustained fatal injuries when a tyre he was fitting exploded. The Inquest was conducted by HM Coroner for…


Settlement for submariner who suffered PTSD following an explosion

Paul Kilcoyne, instructed by Barry Bayley of Wolferstans LLP, represented a submariner in his claim against the Ministry of Defence. Richard Boyle represented the Ministry of Defence (“MoD”). The Claimant attended the aftermath of an explosion in which other submariners had been…


Saoirse Townshend joins the legal team acting in The Infected Blood Inquiry

Saoirse Townshend has joined the legal team acting for the Department of Health and Social Care in The Infected Blood Inquiry. The Infected Blood Inquiry is currently hearing evidence from former Health ministers. The final phase of hearings will start…


E-scooter regulation & insurance, video of stakeholders’ discussion

Alex Glassbrook was among the expert speakers on Bolt Burdon Kemp’s panel addressing E-scooter regulation, on 6 July. The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety, Metropolitan Police, Association of British Insurers, British Insurance Brokers’ Association and Motor Insurers’ Bureau also…


Zeenat Islam delivering talk for ‘Project inVISIBLE,’ a research and diversity conference hosted by the University of Warwick

The conference is running across three days, featuring research and diversity based talks, highlighting issues with inequality gaps within academia and other spheres. Zeenat’s talk on 13 July is titled ‘”A radical rethink of the EDI narrative: Towards a justice…


The Court of Appeal unanimously allows the claimants’ appeal in Município de Mariana & Others v BHP

One of the largest ever group actions will now be allowed to proceed in England, following the Court of Appeal’s unanimous judgment [2022] EWCA Civ 951 handed down on 8 July 2022. The catastrophic collapse of the Fundão Dam in…


TGC Inquests & Inquiries Newsletter Vol III. July 2022

Welcome to the third edition of the TGC Inquests and Inquiries newsletter, a twice-yearly publication, containing articles on recent key legal developments in these fields, as well as a selection of recent noteworthy cases in which Members of Chambers have…

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