We are delighted to announce that several members of Chambers have been upgraded on the CPS Advocate Panel list.
Jennifer Newcomb upgraded to Level 4 in the fraud specialist panel for the CPS.
Laura Hibberd upgraded to Level 3 on CPS list.
Laura Begley and Thomas Jones, instructed by Jon Nicholson of Anthony Gold, acting on a pro bono basis, represented a young German national in his criminal injuries compensation scheme claim for catastrophic brain injuries sustained during an unprovoked assault. The Applicant was…
In yesterday’s webinar, Maurice Rifat, Cyrus Katrak, Roderick Abbott, Conor Kennedy and Francesca O’Neill took attendees on a whistlestop tour of key cases of 2022.
They looked at the most interesting and significant cases of the year in the areas of probate,…
On 31st December 2020, the UK-EU transition period ended. This meant that the recast Brussels Convention ceased to apply. The English courts now apply the jurisdictional rules under CPR 6.36 to such cross-border claims, with the result that a would-be claimant must…
Deka Chambers is a pre-eminent common law Set. We are proud of the range of market leading expertise we offer across our different practice areas. At the heart of our ethos is celebrating those things that connect us as well as championing…
This week the team has been reflecting on a recent Court of Appeal case which turned out to be something of an evidential surprise; and on issues around disability and handicap on the open labour market. Both areas in which uncertainty is…
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