Robert Stevenson represents photography company and two-directors, charged with engaging in unfair commercial practices, contrary to the provisions of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.

Robert Stevenson appeared on behalf of a photography company and two-directors, each facing numerous charges of engaging in unfair commercial practices, contrary to the provisions of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.

It was initially alleged by the prosecuting authority, Trading Standards, that the defendants had committed approximately fifteen offences under the regulations, including engaging in unfair, misleading, prohibited, and aggressive commercial practices.

Abdul Iqbal QC and Soheil Khan secure not guilty verdict in multi-handed murder trial.

Abdul Iqbal QC leading Soheil Khan represented one of six defendants charged with murder and attempted murder arising from large-scale public disorder in Bradford city centre. The trial lasted several weeks before the Recorder of Bradford, HHJ Mansell QC. Their client, one of the youngest of the defendants was found not guilty of murder and […]

The Covid-19 Inquiry: what we know so far

The report, by the Health and Social Care Committee and the Science and Technology Committee, says the late lockdown in the early stages of the pandemic is “one of the most important public health failures the United Kingdom has ever experienced”. It also detailed problems with care homes, with the “slow, uncertain and often chaotic” Test and Trace system and with the preparedness of the NHS going into the pandemic.