Home / Resources

Resources

Prosecutor’s appeal rejected by Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC)

Government of Comoros represented by Rodney Dixon QC successful on appeal The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has by majority rejected the Prosecutor’s appeal against the Pre-Trial Chamber’s decision which found that she had erred in refusing…

10/11/2015
News
Prosecutor’s appeal rejected by Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC)

Andrew Cayley KC lecture at Headquarters of the CPS

Andrew Cayley KC to lecture at Crown Prosecution Service headquarters in London. On Monday 9 November Andrew Cayley KC will give a lecture to over 100 government lawyers on the crime of genocide at Rose Court, Headquarters of the Crown…

09/11/2015
News

Allegations of torture and crimes against humanity against Egyptian President and its cabinet

UK police are investigating allegations of torture and crimes against humanity committed by Egyptian officials who are visiting London.

05/11/2015
News

Inquest into the death of Private Gavin Williams

Nicholas Moss KC and William Irwin are representing the Ministry of Defence Nicholas Moss KC and William Irwin are representing the Ministry of Defence at the inquest into the death of Private Gavin Williams. The inquest reopened in Salisbury on…

04/11/2015
News

Major fraud ring exposed

Edward Hutchin represented the successful Defendant insurers Edward Hutchin, instructed jointly by Keoghs, Clyde & Co, DWF, and DAC Beachcrofts, represented the successful Defendant insurers in this high profile fraud ring case. After about 15 claims were identified with strikingly…

23/10/2015
News

Former Prime Minister sued in US civil suit

Former Israeli PM sued for damages in US Federal Court in California for killing of US national on the high seas.

22/10/2015
News

Company Director settles his subtle brain injury claim for £3m

Jonathan Watt-Pringle QC and Marcus Grant (instructed by Diane Reading of Novum Law) appeared for the Claimant in a claim arising out of a low speed bicycle accident. The Claimant, then a 49-year-old Company Director, who was wearing a cycle…

20/10/2015
News

Aide juridictionnelle : la colère des avocats est “immense” affirme le Bâtonnier

Article published on a website (“Europe1.fr”) –  Interview of Pierre-Olivier Sur. The position of the Paris Bar during Pierre-Olivier Sur’s mandate, fighting for a revaluation of legal aid.

20/10/2015
News

Oaida v Wise (1) Tesco Underwriting Limited (2)


James Henry (instructed by Tim Ibbotson of Keoghs) represented the Defendants in this claim for personal injury that was struck out at trial.  The Claimant had signed statements of truth on the Particulars of Claim, two witness statements and replies…

15/10/2015
News

Vehicle damage and credit hire claim dismissed for want of proof


James Henry (instructed by Rachel Greenway of Keoghs) acted for Tesco Underwriting Ltd in its successful defence of a claim for vehicle damage, credit hire, storage and recovery charges in excess of £24,000. The Claimant initially claimed damages for personal…

06/08/2015
News

Search


Menu

Close

Portfolio Builder

Select the practice areas that you would like to download or add to the portfolio

Download    Add to portfolio   
Portfolio
Title Type CV Email

Remove All

Download


Click here to share this shortlist.
(It will expire after 30 days.)