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R (on the application of Kane) v The Secretary of State for Justice

The Court of Appeal (Bean, Thirlwall and Peter Jackson LJJ) held that rule 53A of the Prison Rules did not impose a requirement for a Governor to give reasons in every case in which they determine that the “so serious”…


L v. E

£700,000 settlement for a 44-year-old dinner lady who developed CRPS, FMS and PTSD after being struck on her wrist by a falling ladder at work. Causation was denied. Marcus represented the Claimant. Within weeks of the accident, she developed signs…


X v. Y

£2.5m settlement for a 55-year-old equity partner solicitor who sustained vestibular injury when she hit the back of her head in a slipping incident in her workplace. Causation was denied. Marcus, leading Simon Brindle of Deka Chambers was instructed to…


Jenner v Barkworth-Knight & Another

For over 12 years, George Davies acted as counsel for an injured claimant who had suffered neuro-psychiatric damage in a traumatic car accident when a young child. The claim only came to a conclusion in 2023 after the claimant had…


EACS v Prime Education & Others

Working with Ballinger Law Limited and instructed by MS-Legal, George Davies acted as sole advocate for the Claimant in a 6-day trial before Ellenbogen J in the King’s Bench Division. The Court gave judgment in favour of the Claimant (a…





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