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On 5 November 2015 Brazil suffered its worst ever environmental disaster when the Fundão Dam collapsed, releasing around 40 million cubic metres of tailings from iron ore mining. Russell Hopkins is acting on behalf of more than 200,000 Brazilian Claimants.The collapse...
Russell Hopkins acted for more than 200,000 Brazilian claimants (including individuals, municipalities, businesses, utility companies, churches, and indigenous communities) in proceedings brought against BHP Group following the worst environmental disaster in Brazil’s history, the collapse of the Fundão Dam in...
Russell Hopkins acted for some 1,500 Brazilian orange farmers in a high-value damages claim against alleged cartelists (individuals and a corporate defendant) involved in the international orange juice export market. The defendants’ jurisdiction challenge raised issues of domicile, service and/or...
Nicholas Chapman, led by Sir James Eadie QC, represented the Secretary of State on the judicial review of the 10pm hospitality curfew, imposed by the Government in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The claimant, which owns and operates a number...
Kathryn Howarth represented the Government of the USA before a Divisional Court comprised of Fulford LJ and Laing J. The Appellant was sought in respect of four serious drugs trafficking offences, each carrying potential sentences of life imprisonment without parole...
On 23 February 2021 the Supreme Court will consider the first ever extradition appeal concerning prison conditions in a requesting state – Benjamin Seifert was instructed on behalf of Mr Zabolotnyi. It will deal with the viability of assurances which...
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