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Housing/Property Seminar

Howard Shaw has secured the conviction of a slaughterhouse at Derby Crown Court for an offence under the Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (England) Regulations 2010. The prosecution arose from the Defendant Company’s refusal to participate in the annual national monitoring programme for TSEs (Scrapie) in sheep and its failure to provide the required assistance to the […]

Children Law Update

Howard Shaw has secured the conviction of a slaughterhouse at Derby Crown Court for an offence under the Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (England) Regulations 2010. The prosecution arose from the Defendant Company’s refusal to participate in the annual national monitoring programme for TSEs (Scrapie) in sheep and its failure to provide the required assistance to the […]

Commercial Seminar

Howard Shaw has secured the conviction of a slaughterhouse at Derby Crown Court for an offence under the Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (England) Regulations 2010. The prosecution arose from the Defendant Company’s refusal to participate in the annual national monitoring programme for TSEs (Scrapie) in sheep and its failure to provide the required assistance to the […]

Financial Remedies Update

Howard Shaw has secured the conviction of a slaughterhouse at Derby Crown Court for an offence under the Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (England) Regulations 2010. The prosecution arose from the Defendant Company’s refusal to participate in the annual national monitoring programme for TSEs (Scrapie) in sheep and its failure to provide the required assistance to the […]

PSQB involved in Case of Quad Bike Death Crash

Kama Melly QC and Katherine Robinson prosecuted for a case involving the death of four people whose quad bike was hit by a car travelling at 140mph. Allan Armbrister and Anthony Kelbrick successfully acquitted their clients.

Latest case on “Consumers” in Commercial Insurance Contracts

The latest Court of Appeal authority upheld the summary judgment against an individual claiming for indemnity under an insurance policy after finding he had no real prospect of establishing that he was a consumer within the means of the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999.

Court of Appeal Judgment in Relation to Inquests

Judy Dawson of the Leeds Park Square Barristers Inquest team considers the latest Court of Appeal decision on Inquests dealing with the decisions as to whether to hold an inquest and whether to grant a party anonymity.