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26 May

Stephen Hockman QC and Jane Campbell appear in Supreme Court in Birch v Birch

On 22nd May, Stephen Hockman QC and Jane Campbell appeared in the UK Supreme Court in a case concerning the discharge of undertakings given in a final consent order made in financial remedy proceedings. They represented the appellate wife. The proceedings can be viewed here. Judgment is ...

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26 May

Court of Appeal hears food safety appeal

Stephen Hockman QC, and David Hercock appeared in the Court of Appeal last week in judicial review proceedings on behalf of a trade association and slaughterhouse operator seeking to establish that there is a legal right for a slaughterhouse operator to be able to challenge the decision of the FSA ...

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22 May

Six Pump Court Team in Legal Walk 2017

Six Pump Court will be joining the thousands of other walkers later today as part of the London Legal Walk. Our Team of walkers includes Charles Morgan, William Upton, Natasha Hausdorff, Mark Davies, Ryan Barrow, Christina Lienen, Ana Kantzelis and Bridget Tough. We are walking with the Lord ...

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19 May

Recorded cross-examination of vulnerable witnesses - pilot scheme

Richard Barraclough QC has been engaged in the recorded (Section 28 Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999) cross-examination of a number of witnesses to an alleged murder who are aged under 18 years of age. Section 28 provides for measures designed to support vulnerable witnesses using the ...

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17 May

Ian Whitehurst awarded police commendation for leading successful prosecution in drugs case

Ian Whitehurst has been awarded a Commendation from the Chief Constable of Merseyside for his role as Leading Counsel for the Prosecution in successfully prosecuting an organised crime group involved in the supply of approximately £2 million pounds worth of drugs. The organised crime group ...

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