Richard Wright QC leading Kama Melly successfully prosecute Headmaster and Priest at Catholic boys school
Richard Wright QC and Kama Melly have secured the conviction of two men for dozens of historic sexual offences committed against vulnerable boys who had been placed in their care at St Williams
Darren Finlay involved in the successful defence of employers liability claim – a wheel came off a works van – but the judge concluded the Claimant took it off himself
Darren Finlay successfully represented the employers in the case of Martin Clayton v M&K Enterprises Ltd on Tuesday 1st December 2015.
Ben Caswell discusses the recent cases of ELB Securities Ltd v Alan Love & Prestwick Hotels Ltd 2015 CSIH 67 and its impact upon the restoration of companies and the property which those companies previously owned.
Covert recordings and litigation privilege: Property Alliance Group Ltd v Royal Bank of Scotland Plc  EWHC 3341.
Does a covert audio recording of a meeting between a party to litigation and the opposing party’s former employees attract litigation privilege when the dominant purpose of such was to gather evidence in support of the claim? Simon Anderson discusses a recent authority
I have recently been involved in a matter where I represented a vulnerable witness and I met some of the difficulties of putting the theory into practice.
Kate Wilson discusses the compensation available for flight delays and the principles by which it is paid out.
We are delighted to announce that one of our Door Tenants has just been appointed as a Judge