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The Republic of Mozambique (acting through its Attorney General) v Credit Suisse International and Others

In a judgment handed down on 4 September 2023, Mr Justice Robin Knowles held that the sitting President of Mozambique, His Excellency President Nyusi, is entitled to immunity in respect of a Part 20 Claim brought against him by the…


Ali v. Peppers Grill

The Claimant brought a claim against his former employer in respect of an alleged accident at work, seeking to recover damages in the region of £75,000. Following a two-day Multi-Track trial, DJ Haworth dismissed the claim on liability, making a…


Inquest into the death of Marine Benjamin McQueen

Between 10th and 28th July 2023 Sir Ernest Ryder, appointed as Judge Coroner heard the inquest into the death of Marine Benjamin McQueen at the Royal Courts of Justice. The Judge Coroner ruled that Marine McQueen died on 14 November…


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”…


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…


Codal-Ciobanu v. (1) One Housing Group Ltd. (2) Direct Accident Management Ltd.

Following detailed submissions and a reserved judgment, DDJ Linwood made a Non-Party Costs Order against a credit hire company with whom the Claimant had  incurred hire charges of almost £25,000 that he sought to recover from the First Defendant. His…


Aviva v Sakyi

Edward Hutchin, instructed by Charles Clayton of Clyde & Co on behalf of Aviva, represented the successful insurers in the committal proceedings against a claimant after he discontinued his claim.The Claimant made claims for personal injuries and credit hire charges…


P v A & E

£750,000 settlement for a 50-year-old former plant fitter who sustained a moderately severe TBI in a workplace accident. Liability was admitted. Marcus represented the Claimant. He was struck on his hard hat be chain box and clam weighing 18 kg….


R (MXK, AXB & others) v Secretary of State for the Home Department

The High Court has handed down judgment allowing a claim for judicial review challenging the Home Office’s policy to stop and detain all passengers owing debts to the NHS when seeking entry at the border. The policy – which was…





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