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John Mitton instructed in Child Abduction Matter

John Mitton was instructed via Direct Access to represent a lady who left the UK with her son to live in Pakistan. The lady is a British born citizen. She is also a Pakistani citizen. She met a man, a Pakistani citizen who was residing in the UK under immigration control.

Caroline Wood discusses fixed Costs in noise induced hearing loss claims

Noise induced hearing loss claims make up the vast majority of occupational disease claims in the fast track. The last decade has seen a significant rise in noise induced hearing loss claims. In 2010 there were more than 24,000 cases and in 2015 there were 87,000. Since 2015 the numbers of claims are reducing.

Building work starts on modernising PSQB’s Reception

We have recently started Building work to improve our Client Reception area. The work will take 10 to 12 weeks, transforming and updating our front of house. The client waiting area will be extended with a new glass fronted entrance and lobby area.

Park Square Barristers welcomes back Camilla Buck

Following a short break, we are delighted to welcome back Camilla Buck. She is an enthusiastic member of the Civil team, holding a broad civil practice, specialising in motor fraud claims advising insurer clients regarding the prospects of successfully defending claims and the prospects and procedure of a private prosecution.

Park Square Barristers welcomes new pupils Laura Nelson & Naomi McLoughlin

Park Square Barristers welcomes Naomi McLaughlin and Laura Nelson who are starting the first six of their pupillage. Laura is well known to PSQB having previously worked in the Fees/Accounts Team. We are delighted she is now joining us as a pupil under the supervision of Michael Collins.

Anaum Riaz commences her second six pupillage at Park Square Barristers

We are delighted to announce that Anaum Riaz has commenced her second six civil and family pupillage and is now available to receive instructions. This comes as a result of her completing her first six pupillage under the supervision of Andrew Wilson and Mark Saunders.