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‘Brexit’ – What Does it Mean for Extradition Law?

14th January 2021

In a pre-recorded webinar that  will be streamed at 12:30pm on Friday 29th January 2021 Kathryn Howarth will take the participants through the new extradition arrangements contained in the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) as well as the implementing legislation and the transitional provisions. The trade deal, struck at the eleventh hour on Christmas Eve, means that from 1st January 2021 the “Arrest Warrant” (AW) replaces the EAW as the mechanism for extradition between the UK and the EU member states. Please see link below for further details.

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Covid Risk And Reward: How To Mitigate The Risk Whilst Continuing To Trade

14th January 2021

With Covid-19 cases at their worst yet, it is critical that businesses remain alert to the necessity of managing health and safety in the workplace. Failing to do so risks both criminal and civil liability, as well as significant financial consequences. Lionel Stride discusses what steps can businesses taken in the 12th January 2021 issue of SME News.  See link below to full article.


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New Law Journal – Daniel Sternberg Personal Profile

11th January 2021

Daniel Sternberg, specialist extradition, immigration and public law practitioner, discusses an interest in politics, Brexit uncertainty and a potential career as a jazz bass player


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Coronavirus Update

TGC continues proactively to safeguard against the risks posed by the spread of Coronavirus. We have a Covid-19 Committee who continue to monitor the situation and follow advice issued by the Government and Public Health England. We will be updating this page as and when new information becomes available. As of 6 July 2020, our London premises, 1 Harcourt Buildings, will be operating with a reduced clerking team in attendance. The remaining staff members and barristers will continue working remotely. We wish to reassure everyone that our contingency plans enable us to continue to provide our services.

Telephoning us

When calling our switchboard number, it will be diverted to a member of the clerking team who will be able to assist in the usual way. All direct dials in Chambers are diverted to be answered remotely.

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Please continue to communicate with barristers directly via phone or email.

Conferences, Joint Settlement Meetings & Mediations

Conferences, meetings and mediations will take place remotely, either by telephone or video until further notice. Group Telephone calls and video calls can be easily arranged. If an in-person meeting is felt necessary please see our Covid-19 Information page for full criteria.

Court Hearings

We are following the Government’s advice closely, which is changing daily. In keeping with that advice, we will continue to service hearings remotely, where possible and as instructed by the hosting Court. In-Person hearings will be accommodated by members of TGC. We will continue to monitor this situation.

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If you wish to discuss our policy and procedure relating to coronavirus, please do not hesitate to contact our senior clerk Dean Norton on 07535 753098 or dnorton@tgchambers.com.

To learn more visit our Covid-19 Information page.