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Holly Clegg prosecutes on behalf of the HSE

Proceedings were brought against the Defendant after it was discovered that he had been carrying out unregistered gas work and had failed to ensure that the Complainants were not exposed to risks to their health and safety. He pleaded guilty on 28 November 2019 to an offence under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

Inquest Masterclass a Great Success

Thanks to all those who attended our Masterclass of the Coroners Court and Inquests on Wednesday at the county hall in Matlock.

When Coroners are unsure

Holly Clegg discusses the matter of an application by Theresa Jordan for leave to apply for judicial review.

CAUTION: SLIPPERY CLAIMANT

Holly Clegg considers: If a Judge finds the Claimant’s evidence to be incredible, should the Defendant necessarily seek a finding of fundamental dishonesty? Not unless such a finding is clearly sustainable on the evidence, according to the case of Meadows v La Tasca Restaurants Limited.