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Sentence increased for defendant in latest Operation Pallial hearingIn the latest hearing into allegations of historical abuse in the north Wales care system, a man previously convicted of serious sexual abuse and indecent assault at a care home in Wrexham, has had his sentence increased.
Maximising mitigation – steps a company can take to reduce penaltiesIn this two part series published in the Safety and Health Practitioner, Stephen Hockman QC along with other health and safety specialists, considers the actions which a duty-holder can take following a serious incident.
Court rules that premises was not an HMOStuart Jessop has successfully represented a landlord in a prosecution by the London Borough of Camden under section 72 of the Housing Act 2004.
Stuart Jessop successfully represents Wembley parking company at planning inquiryStuart Jessop has successfully represented Stadium Centre Management Ltd (SCM Ltd) in its appeal against two enforcement notices.
William Upton to be appointed Queen’s CounselChambers is delighted to announce that William Upton is to be appointed Queen’s Counsel.
Robert Griffiths QC appointed as adviser on Commonwealth Investment and Dispute Resolution by the Commonwealth SecretariatRobert Griffiths QC has been appointed as high level adviser on Commonwealth Investment and Dispute Resolution to the Commonwealth Office of Civil and Criminal Justice Reform.
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