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Karen Shuman appointed Bencher by Lincoln's Inn

Chambers is delighted to announce that Karen Shuman has been elected a Master of the Bench of the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn

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Warrants authorising seizure of computers and mobile phones upheld: R (Cabot Global Ltd) v Barkingside Magistrates Court

A reserved judgment of the Divisional Court handed down today confirmed the validity of search warrants obtained by the Metropolitan Police to search the business premises of a company and the home addresses of three brothers associated with the business, in pursuance of an investigation into 'clocked' motor vehicles and laundering of the proceeds.

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London Legal Walk 2015

On Monday 18th May 2015 Team 1 Chancery Lane successfully completed the 11th Annual London Legal Walk. Thank you to all those who generously donated, Chambers raised a total of £2423.75.

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London Legal Walk 2015

On 18th May 2015 a team comprising of Members and Clerks from 1 Chancery Lane are taking part in the annual London Legal Walk.  This is a 10km after work sponsored walk to raise funds for free legal advice centres in and around London.  It is the largest gathering of legal professionals in the UK walking together with friends and colleagues supporting...

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Judgment in case concerning no duty of care owed in relation to housing allocation: Rabbetts v London Borough of Richmond-Upon-Thames

On April 1st 2015, HHJ McKenna, sitting as a deputy High Court Judge, struck out a claim brought by the mother of a deceased man on behalf of his estate.  The deceased had undergone treatment for leukaemia in 2010 which left him with a compromised immune system and vulnerable to contracting infections.  He was discharged from hospital to his...

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Judgment in case concerning the negligent delay in treating a prolapsed disc

In this case Edward Bishop QC acted for the Claimant, a former photographer and business event organiser, who has been awarded damages in the region of £2.4 million as the result of negligent delay in treating a prolapsed disc, causing cauda equina syndrome, double incontinence, neuropathic pain, leg weakness, loss of sexual function and psychiatric damage.

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Tenancy Announcement: Francesca O'Neill joins Chambers

We are delighted to welcome Francesca O’Neill (called in 2012) to Chambers. Francesca joined us on 7 April and will practise in all main areas of Chambers expertise including Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence, Professional Negligence and General Commercial and Contract. Francesca also has particular experience in Employment Law.

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Employer Not Liable for Death of Employee Killed in Air Crash Whilst in Course of Employment

Today, Mr Justice Coulson delivered an extensive judgment in the case of Cassley and Others v GMP Securities Europe LLP & Sundance Resources Limited [2015] EWHC 722 (QB), in which he dismissed the claim for damages brought by the estate of the Deceased (James Cassley) against his employer (GMP) and its client (Sundance), an Australian mining company, who...

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