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Uber decision to be judicially reviewedRobert Griffiths QC and Stuart Jessop have been instructed on behalf of a trade association representing Hackney Carriage drivers in London to commence Judicial Review proceedings in respect of a decision to grant Uber London Limited a 15 month licence.
The Brexit White Paper and environmental considerationsIn this article for LexisPSL Public Law, Christopher Badger examines the UK’s Brexit White Paper and asks whether some of the key environmental provisions and considerations go far enough.
Domestic Violence & Abuse - A Guide for Criminal LawyersOn 15th November Nina Ellin will present a seminar on Domestic Violence and Abuse for both prosecutors and defence lawyers.
Acquittal in multi-million pound cocaine importation and supply caseDefendant accused of being the leading figure in an organised crime group has been acquitted on all charges.
Six Pump Court shortlisted for three awards in the Chambers UK Bar AwardsSix Pump Court is delighted to have been nominated for awards in three categories of the Chambers Bar Awards 2018
Manslaughter prosecutions of those involved in supplying drugs and legal highs: an analysisRichard Barraclough QC and Gordon Menzies recently prosecuted an individual who sold ‘DNP’ slimming pills over the internet for offences of manslaughter in what has been described as a ‘landmark case’.
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