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June 2023

Undercover Police Inquiry Publishes Tranche 1 Interim Report.

The Chair of the Undercover Policing Inquiry, Sir John Mitting, has today published the Inquiry’s Tranche 1 interim report. The interim report is available via the link below and marks an important milestone in the Inquiry’s mission to get to the…

Undercover Police Inquiry Publishes Tranche 1 Interim Report.

TGC Congratulates Dean Norton on his 40th Anniversary in Chambers

Dean joined what was then 1 Temple Gardens as the junior clerk on 26 June 1983.   Today marks his 40th anniversary in Chambers. In 1983 there were 20 Members of Chambers and 3 clerks.  Chambers has thrived over the past…


Kathryn Howarth secures the discharge from extradition proceedings of a mother of two young children, in relation to an extradition request from the Czech Republic

On 15 June 2023, Kathryn Howarth secured the discharge from extradition proceedings of a mother of two young children, in relation to an extradition request from the Czech Republic. The case was heard by District Judge Girffiths at Westminster Magistrates’…


Alex Glassbrook speaking at University of Oxford conference ‘Insuring Future Mobility’, 20 June 2023

Alex Glassbrook will be speaking at the PRINCE conference ‘Insuring Future Mobility’ held by Oxford University’s Transport Studies Unit at the Royal Geographical Society on 20 June 2023. Oxford’s Politics of Road transport InsuraNCE (PRINCE) project studies insurance practices and new sustainable mobility innovations….


UK Covid-19 Inquiry

The opening module of the UK Covid-19 Inquiry begins today. Chaired by Baroness Hallet, the Inquiry has been set up to examine the UK’s preparedness for and response to the pandemic, and to learn lessons for the future.   Andrew…


Supreme Court refuses permission to appeal against decision permitting those affected by the Fundão Dam collapse in Brazil to bring a claim in the English Courts

The collapse of the Fundão Dam in November 2015 has been described as the worst environmental disaster in Brazil’s history. The claimants seek to establish BHP’s liability for the collapse. In 2019 BHP applied for the claims to be struck…


Dishonest claimant sent to prison for 7 months

A dishonest claimant who tried to claim almost £75,000 in credit hire charges was sent to prison for 7 months following a committal application in the High Court by the defendant insurers, represented by Edward Hutchin and Clyde & Co….


Rhys Davies attends U.S. Military Commission proceedings at US Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Rhys Davies is attending the Guantanamo Military Commissions as an NGO observer on behalf of the Association of Defence Counsel practising before the International Courts and Tribunals (ADC-ICT). The Military Commissions at Guantanamo Bay were created by the Bush administration in…


Rhys Davies to host event at House of Lords on the 14th June: “The Real Cost of Doing Business in the UAE.”

Rhys Davies is co-hosting an open evidence gathering session on 14th June 2023 at the House of Lords to investigate the real costs of doing business in the UAE, with a focus on Dubai.  The criminal justice system in Dubai…





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