Nadim Bashir has been appointed as assistant coroner at Kingston upon Hull Coroner’s court, this is in addition to him having been an Assistant Coroner for New South Wales since 2018.
The City of London Police Force (Economic Crime Unit) together with the Specialist Fraud Division instructed Mr Nadim Bashir to prosecute the infringement of both the Apple Inc and Samsung brand trademarks by a Mobile Telephone wholesaler and retailer in West Yorkshire over a 7 year period by selling counterfeit batteries passing them off as original or genuine branded mobile telephone batteries manufactured by Apple and Samsung.
The matter arose out of an incident where a worker at C.F. Booth (Engineering) Limited who was carrying out adjustments whilst working on a lathe became caught in the machine by his clothing and was pulled in. The Defendant Company faced one offence contrary to the Health and Safety at Work, etc Act 1974 (HSWA) […]
Paul Reynolds, 38, from Colchester, died in hospital two days after the incident at the holiday park in Lowestoft, Suffolk, on 14 February 2017, in which he became involved in an altercation with another guest.
Reynolds, who was also known as Paul Gladwell, was restrained by security staff before police arrived and moved him from a prone position to a seated position.
We are delighted to have received very positive feedback to our Introduction to Inquests seminar which took place at Leeds City Art Gallery
An Introduction to Inquests – This seminar is intended to be an introductory guide for those who currently have very little inquest experience but would like to grow their practice.
We are pleased to announce that Nadim Bashir has been appointed as an Assistant Coroner.
Nadim Bashir was Leading Junior defending Lt Colonel Bell at Bulford Military Court Centre.
Nadim is currently defending an Army officer, charged with negligently performing his duty amidst a live firing exercise, where a young soldier was fatally shot in the head.
3 Trials have been fixed for a total of 18 defendants who were instructors at the Army Foundation College in Harrogate. The first of which is due to commence in February next year at Bulford Court Martial Centre.
Nadim Bashir has successfully prosecuted Linda Box, aged 67, who at the time of the offences was one of three equity partners at a long established firm of solicitors in West Yorkshire.
Sascha Morris, 46, promised a number of property investors an impossible return on their investments; collecting a total of £5 million worth in investments.