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Black Taxis in High Court challenge to decision to grant Uber their licenceRobert Griffiths QC and Stuart Jessop will represent the United Cabbies Group on behalf of the United Taxi Action Group in the High Court today in the Claimant’s challenge to the decision to grant Uber London Limited a Private Hire Vehicle Operators licence.
Three Life Sentences for Oxford GroomersThe three men convicted before Christmas of various serious historic sexual offences committed against a vulnerable complainant have each been sentenced to Life Imprisonment.
Richard Barraclough QC acts in brain injury case involving multi-million pound damagesRichard Barraclough QC acted for the Defendant insurers in this "exceptionally complex" brain damage case.
Thomas Stern secures acquittals in case of London taxi driver accused of Covent Garden driving incidentThe trial of a London taxi driver, James Manley, has ended with the jury returning not guilty verdicts on two counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
Clean air strategy 2019—raising difficult expectations?In an article for Lexis PSL, William Upton, considers the key features and future impact of the government’s clean air strategy 2019.
Tom Dunn secures acquittal of lorry driver accused of £1.5 million cigarette importation following 4 day trial at Maidstone Crown Court.Tom Dunn, instructed by Oliver Kirk of Old Bailey Solicitors, has secured the acquittal of a 27 year old Northern Irish male accused of attempting to smuggle more than 5 million cigarettes into the UK.
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