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Landmark judgment finds British-born children of EU nationals are not British citizens

The High Court today handed down a landmark judgment refusing a judicial review claim arguing that EU citizens exercising Treaty rights in the UK were “settled” for the purposes of the British Nationality Act 1981.  As a result, as a…

News, Judgments
Landmark judgment finds British-born children of EU nationals are not British citizens

Ben Casey secures judgment for over £475,000 on behalf of claimant at contested trial

Ben Casey secured an award of over £430,000 on behalf of a claimant at trial. The Claimant beat his own Part 36 offer, the consequences of which resulted in a final judgment sum in excess of £475,000. The Claimant was…


Andrew Prynne KC to speak at ESG litigation conference

Andrew will join a group of industry experts to speak at a 1 Day conference that focuses on ESG related litigation, looking at the different components that make this not just an ideal but also a standard. The event is…

Events, News

Temple Garden Chambers Launches Brand New Website

We are delighted to announce the launch of our brand new website. Chambers has been working closely with our website designers to produce new content and develop fresh ideas to improve user experience. We hope our new site allows…


TGC Clinical Negligence Newsletter – Issue 4, January 2023

Welcome to the fourth issue of the TGC Clinical Negligence Newsletter. A comprehensive 46 page update containing case reports and recent developments in Clinical Negligence. We hope you find this a useful resource, to join the mailing list please email…

News, Publications

Marcus Grant delivered a lecture to 110 APIL delegates

Marcus Grant delivered a lecture to APIL entitled: “mTBI – What themes emerge from the reported cases of Long, Stansfield and Palmer that assist litigators in the future?” & “How to respond to allegations of FD in high value injury…


MOT changes to cover automated and electric vehicles

On 18 January 2023 the Department for Transport launched a consultation on changes to the MOT test, with proposals to update testing requirements to cover electric and automated vehicles. Edward Hutchin has written an article for our AEVlaw.com blog which…


Zeenat Islam appointed as a Fee-paid Employment Judge of the Employment Tribunals (England and Wales)

TGC congratulates Zeenat Islam on her appointment as a Fee-paid Employment Judge of the Employment Tribunals (England and Wales). The appointment took effect from 17 January 2023. Zeenat was also recently appointed as a First-tier Tribunal Judge for the Health,…


Six figure interim payment ordered in contested IP application

Lionel Stride (instructed by Patrick Maguire and Amber Braybrooke of HCC Solicitors), representing a young claimant who developed Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) after a slipping accident, secured a six-figure interim payment in a contested application in the High Court before…


£1.5 million settlement for a banker who sustained a mild traumatic brain and vestibular injury at work

Lionel Stride (instructed by Oliver Marsh of Lyons Davidson), represented a senior banker who suffered a mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-concussion Syndrome/Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness following two separate accidents at work when her chairs had collapsed, causing her on the…





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