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TGC Inquests & Inquiries Newsletter, Issue 4 – June 2024

Welcome to the fourth edition of the TGC Inquests and Inquiries newsletter, a publication containing articles on recent key legal developments in these fields. We hope that this edition will be a useful resource for you. If any members of…

TGC Inquests & Inquiries Newsletter, Issue 4 – June 2024

The Court of Appeal dismisses appeal on the status of “Extended Family Members” post-Brexit

On 14 March 2024 the Court of Appeal unanimously dismissed the appeal in Siddiqa v Entry Clearance Officer [2024] EWCA Civ 248. The Appellant was the dependent sister of an EEA citizen. The UK put in provision for such extended family members…


TGC Launches Collective Redress, Business and Human Rights Blog

We are delighted to announce the launch of TGC’s new blog, Collective Redress, Business and Human Rights! This blog is dedicated to providing practitioners with punchy, and hopefully interesting, takes on some of the most topical issues in the…


TGC Personal Injury Newsletter – Issue II, January 2024

Welcome to the second edition of the Temple Garden Chambers Personal Injury Newsletter. In its second iteration we are excited to bring you a publication containing articles offering guidance and commentary on recent developments and judgments in the field of…


Russell Hopkins instructed on Top 20 case of 2024 as featured in The Lawyer

Instructed by Pogust Goodhead on what is likely to be the largest ever group action brought in the English Courts – Municipio De Mariana and others v BHP Group and Vale (fixed 3 Oct 24 for 11 weeks) . Russell is…


Temple Garden Chambers and LexisNexis are delighted to unveil the 16th edition of Bingham’s Personal Injury and Motor Claims Cases.

We are delighted to announce the publication of the 16th Edition of Bingham’s Personal Injury and Motor Claims. The new edition, published by LexisNexis, marks a significant milestone in the long history of this esteemed textbook, which has been a…


Brook House Inquiry publishes Final Report

The Brook House Inquiry is a public inquiry set up to investigate mistreatment of individuals who were detained at Brook House IRC between 1 April 2017 and 31 August 2017, as shown in the BBC Panorama programme “Under-Cover: Britain’s Immigration Secrets” aired…


New Appointments for TGC Members as Junior Counsel to the Crown

TGC are delighted to announce that Sian Reeves’s application for the Attorney General “A” Panel of counsel has been successful, having previously been on the “B” Panel. We are also pleased to announce that Kathryn Howarth & Saoirse Townshend’s application…


Supreme Court refuses permission to appeal against decision permitting those affected by the Fundão Dam collapse in Brazil to bring a claim in the English Courts

The collapse of the Fundão Dam in November 2015 has been described as the worst environmental disaster in Brazil’s history. The claimants seek to establish BHP’s liability for the collapse. In 2019 BHP applied for the claims to be struck…


Is remote driving likely to cause victims undue delay and expense in claiming compensation; or could it defeat claims altogether?

Paul Erdunast responds to the Law Commission’s question of whether remote driving is likely to cause victims undue delay and expense in claiming compensation, from the perspectives of victims, insurers and industry.





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