The defendant Tim Baker was found guilty of rape, coercive and controlling behaviour, wounding and assault at Bradford Crown Court in March. He was acquitted on 2 other rape charges.
Christopher Boxall discusses the recent appeal case of Irving v Morgan Sindall PLC  EWHC 1147 (QB). It is a regular feature of hire claims (on both the Small Claims and Fast Track) for Claimants to state in cross-examination that they were given positive assurances that they had no liability to pay hire charges incurred following […]
In each case, claimants switched from legal aid funding to conditional fee agreements after liability had been admitted.
Chris Boxall successfully defended a man accused of engaging in sexual activity with a child under the age of 16. It was alleged that the incident had occurred whilst on a family holiday in Fuerteventura.
Christopher Boxall discusses the first instance decision in Crawshaw v Alfred Dunhill Limited (County Court Sheffield, 16.11.2017 before District Judge Bellamy). The Claimant suffered injury by tripping over unmarked cabling at a golf tournament.
Christopher Boxall discusses a recent case on the definition of excursions within the meaning of the Cancellation of Contracts Made in a Consumer’s Home or Place of Work etc Regulations 2008.