News September 2014

29 Sep 2014

BitCoin: A Cyber Bubble Ready To Burst

Ian Whitehurst discusses the underlying issues in the debate facing digital policing, regulation and enforcement in the 21st Century. In his article entitled "BitCoin: A Cyber Bubble Ready to Burst", Ian argues that the way in which the challenges of BitCoin as a digital concept are dealt with,

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25 Sep 2014

Megan Thomas in First Environmental Damage Public Inquiry

Megan Thomas has represented Severn Trent Water Ltd at the first appeal ever to be heard under the Environmental Damage (Prevention & Remediation) Regulations 2009. These regulations enable the Environment Agency to hold an operator liable for environmental damage after a pollution

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24 Sep 2014

Anne Williams acting for local authority in a major mixed use redevelopment case

Anne Williams is acting for the Royal Borough of Kingston council in a major mixed use redevelopment case which includes 200 student bedrooms. Amongst those issues that are dealt with by the case are those of public realm contributions and amenity issues. The case is expected to last one

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23 Sep 2014

Anne Williams acting for local authority in a major mixed use redevelopment case

Anne Williams is acting for the Royal Borough of Kingston council in a major mixed use redevelopment case which includes 200 student bedrooms. Amongst those issues that are dealt with by the case are those of public realm contributions and amenity issues. The case is expected to last one week.

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17 Sep 2014

"Self-employed" construction worker was an employee

Mukhtiar Singh has successfully argued on behalf of a Claimant that despite a written contract identifying the Claimant as self-employed, the reality of the relationship was that of a contract of employment. As such, the Claimant could bring a claim for unfair dismissal; wrongful dismissal;

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11 Sep 2014

Kent Law Society in association with Six Pump Court present Litigation and Dispute Resolution Annual Conference

Kent Law Society together with Six Pump Court are hosting the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Annual Conference which will take place on 8th October in Rochester. This Conference will cover all of the important developments in the principal areas of law, practice and procedure over the last

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08 Sep 2014

Oliver Saxby QC and Simon Wickens commence their defence of Adam Green

Oliver Saxby QC and Simon Wickens, instructed by Takk and Co, begin their defence of Adam Green today. Green is charged with two counts of attempted murder, the Crown alleging that he was responsible for a revenge drive-by shooting in Gillingham in 2012. 

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