Richard Wright QC and Kate Batty are prosecuting a ‘sex obsessed’ cop who used a camera on board a police helicopter to record a video of his “friends’ having sex, amongst other incidents of filming.
Following a career break we are delighted to announce that Catherine Moxon is returning to practice. Catherine was called in 2007 and underwent a pupillage with Robin Frieze.
The cost consequences following the late acceptance of a Claimant’s Part 36 offer have been hotly debated for some time. In fixed recoverable costs cases, the Claimant is entitled to the fixed costs for the stage set out in 45.29C-E, up to the expiry of the Part 36 offer.
On 7 July 2017 Mr Justice Knowles, sitting in the Commercial Court refused RBS’s application for security for costs in the sum of £17.68 million (VAT exclusive) against Litfun Limited, Mr Wall’s third party funder.
A father and son have been found not guilty of murdering a man from Scarborough, with the father, represented by Richard Wright QC and Glenn Parsons, convicted of the lesser charge of manslaughter.
On the 28th of June 2017 Craig Hassall & Chris Moran presented “A Game of Two Halves” to the Consumer Affairs & Trading Standards Conference & Exhibition at Harrogate Conference Centre.