We are delighted to announce that David Cadman has been appointed as Queen’s Counsel. David is a partner at Griffiths & Partners in the Turks and Caicos Islands – and an associate tenant at PSQB. David’s appointment in the Turks and Caicos Islands is only the sixth recommendation for silk in the past 15 years. […]
Sophie Phillips, instructed by Alison Boffey at Wilkin Chapman LLP, represented the successful Claimants at a judgment hearing by obtaining a final injunction against the Defendant.
Applications for Mini-pupillage at PSQB will be open through the month of July for those wishing to undertake an in-person Mini-pupillage between the months of September and December.
Harry Dyson discusses what appears to be the first judgment at Circuit Judge level in relation to what monies can be retained or claimed by wedding venues when the contract has been frustrated by Covid-19 regulations.
Chelsea Brooke-Ward discusses her unfair dismissal case, Mark Swailes v Muller UK & Ireland Group LLP.
Whether or not to plead fundamental dishonesty is a question that practitioners often face when representing defendants in claims arising from road traffic accidents.
The judgment in Mustard v Flower  EWHC 846 (QB) is a salient reminder to defendants that they must be careful when applying to amend pleadings to include fundamental dishonesty. It follows that defendants would be better advised to focus on drafting pleadings to allow for sufficient cross-examination at trial.
The Respondents had previously seen a downturn in work when the oil prices dropped, as a large degree of their custom was from the oil and gas industry. On that basis, the Respondents forecasted their need for weekly working hours going forward and predicted that there would be a reduction.