News October 2013

18 Oct 2013

New Members of Chambers

Six Pump Court Chambers are pleased to announce that upon successful completion of pupillage, Mukhtiar Singh and William Hotham have joined Six Pump Court Chambers as tenants. Bringing a wealth of experience from previous employment, Mukhtiar Singh is fast-developing a practice in employment,

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16 Oct 2013

"Vulnerable Witnesses" - Six Pump Court Chambers Crime Seminar

Six Pump Court is to hold a seminar on 'Vulnerable Witnesses' on Thursday 28th November with speakers Eleanor Laws QC and Nina Ellin. The session will be held at our Maidstone office at 5.30pm and is accredited with 1.5 CPD points. The seminar will be followed by some Christmas drinks. To

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14 Oct 2013

Eleanor Laws QC successfully defends US investment banker charged with attempted rape and sexual assault

Eleanor Laws QC has successfully defended US investment banker, Edward Sappin on charges of attempted rape and sexual assault. The case was heard at Blackfriars Crown Court. Click here for article in the Daily Mail

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09 Oct 2013

Six Pump Court barristers nominated in Chambers 100 UK Bar

Mark Harris and Mark Watson have been nominated for inclusion into the Chambers 100 UK Bar. The Chambers UK Bar ranks the top barristers in the UK and publication is planned for the Autumn. To view the full list of nominations click here

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04 Oct 2013

Six Pump Court Chambers named as Health & Safety 'Set of the Year'

Six Pump Court Chambers were named Health & Safety 'Set of the Year' last night at the Chambers Bar Awards ceremony. "Going from strength to strength, this set has established a leading presence in the health and safety field as just one aspect of its broader and well-recognised regulatory

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03 Oct 2013

Mark Harris and Mark Watson represent Environment Agency in an appeal by Thames Water against sentence

Mark Harris and Mark Watson have successfully represented the Environment Agency in an long running prosecution of Thames Water following a flooding incident in south London in 2003. Thames Water had been prosecuted and ordered to pay fines and costs of over £300,000 by a Magistrate's Court in

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02 Oct 2013

Eleanor Laws QC speaks at South East Circuit seminar on the cross-examination of vulnerable witnesses

Eleanor Laws QC  spoke at the South East Circuit seminar entitled "Fragile Witnesses: Handle With Care" yesterday. She spoke on the subject of sex trafficking and HHJ Cutts QC also spoke on vulnerable witnesses. The event was attended by 200 delegates. The seminar was also filmed and will be

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