News June 2015

29 Jun 2015

David Travers QC speaking at CTSI Conference in plenary session with BBC Radio 4 host

David Travers QC will be speaking in a plenary session of the Chartered Trading Standards Institute Conference chaired by Winifred Robinson of BBC Radio 4’s You and Yours with Gillian Guy, the Chief Executive of Citizens Advice. The session is entitled ‘Coming Together to Help the Individual’

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25 Jun 2015

Acquittal in revenge murder case

Richard Barraclough QC and John O'Higgins, instructed by Lahiff & co, have secured an acquittal for the defendant in a revenge killing which involved the execution of a rival drug dealer in Woolwich. This was a three-defendant drugs gang related revenge killing in which the defendants were

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24 Jun 2015

Consumer Law team speaking at the annual CTSI Conference

Members of the Six Pump Court Consumer Law Team will be speaking at the Chartered Trading Standards Institute Conference 2015. David Travers QC and Ian Thomas will present a mini-session for conference attendees entitled ‘Product labelling – what information does the consumer really want

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23 Jun 2015

Oliver Saxby QC and Peter Alcock secure rape campaign acquittals

A 21 year old man with learning difficulties has been cleared of allegations of rape and attempted rape. D was alleged to have committed over 150 offences of rape and attempted rape against two family members. D was represented by Oliver Saxby QC and Peter Alcock, instructed by Kent

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19 Jun 2015

Nina Ellin speaking at "Child and Adolescent Health and Wellbeing" symposium

Nina Ellin will be speaking at the "Child and Adolescent Health and Wellbeing" symposium held by the Public Policy Exchange on Wednesday 24th June 2015. The event will provide an opportunity for practitioners across the police, social services, health, education and third sector to examine the

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16 Jun 2015

New International Climate Change Blog

Six Pump Court is delighted to announce the launch of its new international climate change blog. Written by Frances Lawson as part of her Pegasus Scholarship in Paris to work on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in December 2015 (UNFCCC) negotiations, it tracks and provides

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16 Jun 2015

POCA and Ancillary Relief Seminar

Ian Whitehurst and Jane Campbell are presenting a seminar entitled 'POCA and Ancillary Relief'. The seminar will focus on the issue of third party rights in confiscation, and the impact ancillary relief proceedings have on POCA. It will provide an overview of third party spousal rights in

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12 Jun 2015

Loan shark fails in appeal against confiscation proceedings

Richard Barraclough QC has successfully led the prosecution in the case of a loan shark who appealed against a confiscation order made against him for £177,000.00. He had argued that his assets and monies were not part of his money lending business and had been accrued by other means. Richard

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10 Jun 2015

Canterbury Crown Court - Open Day and Mock Trials

On Saturday 13th June barristers from Six Pump Court will be participating in mock trials as part of the Open Day at Canterbury’s Combined Court Centre. Members of the public will be able to view the Court and the mock trials which will be taking place throughout the morning (from 10am –

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08 Jun 2015

Jane Campbell appointed Deputy District Judge

Six Pump Court Chambers warmly congratulates Jane Campbell on her appointment as Deputy District Judge (Civil).  

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03 Jun 2015

Final costs and confiscation judgment given in Sanger

In the most recent judgment in London Borough of Newham v Sanger, the sanctions for failing to comply with a planning enforcement notice have been given, with fines of £8,000 on each of the defendants and a further POCA amount of £80,000 being imposed on one of the defendants. The costs awarded

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