Oriel Chambers welcomes Michelle Liddy to their civil group.
Rebecca Jones has assisted with the settlement of a multi-track housing disrepair case on behalf of the Claimant. Rebecca was involved in all aspects of this litigation from drafting the pleadings to attending a CMC and a CCMC and providing advice on settlement. Indeed, Rebecca helped to ensure that the matter was allocated to the multi-track at CMC stage owing to its complexity.
In answer to an invitation Graham Williams has recently spoken to Direct Line Insurance and Plexus Law
By way of a reserved judgment, Employment Judge Shotter, sitting in the Employment Tribunal in
Liverpool found that the Claimant did not suffer an unlawful deduction of wages and that the
Claimant’s claim was not well-founded and should be dismissed.
There are now five members of Chambers on the Attorney General’s Regional Panel of Counsel to the Crown. Chambers is pleased to announce the re-appointment of Yaqub Rahman and Alexander Williams and the new appointment of Stephanie Cummings
In 2013 the Government introduced Employment Tribunal fees. As a result, any prospective Claimant was faced with having to pay up to £1,200 to commence their claim and see it through to a hearing. The Supreme Court have unanimously ruled that the government was acting unlawfully and unconstitutionally when it introduced the fees.
The largest fine to date for a single offence ever imposed in a prosecution by either the Environment Agency or Lancashire County Council. and the second largest total fine ever imposed on a Defendant for environmental offences was lead by the head of Oriel Chambers Richard Bradley
The Court of Appeal have handed down the latest judgement in the latest long running battle between motor insurance companies and credit hire agencies.
John Gray will be attending the conference hosted by the Health Law and Regulation Unit examining 'New Challenges in Medical Negligence Law' on Thursday 20th April 2017
On Monday, 7 November 2016 Graham Williams, of Oriel Chambers, instructed by Aileen Scott of Horwich Farrelly, added to his tally of fundamental dishonesty findings by successfully employing Section 57 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015.
British child who died of cancer has become the first British child to be cryogenically frozen following ruling by High Court judge Mr Justice Peter Jackson
Potentially first decisions where this section has been used !
Richard Bradley presents Environment Agency on one of their biggest prosecutions
Alexander Frodsham has been appointed by the Attorney General