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Tesco fined £7.5 million for breaches of the “use by date” food legislationRichard Barraclough QC instructed by Birmingham City Council has brought to an end the long running saga of the Tesco’s “use by date” prosecution concerning three stores in Birmingham.
Robert Griffiths QC instructed in challenge to closure of weekly farmers’ markets in London boroughRobert Griffiths QC has been instructed by Paolo Caldato of Spencer West to represent RMS Markets in relation to the closure of the weekly farmers’ markets at Bishop’s Park and Ravenscourt Park.
Starvation murder - Oliver Saxby QC prosecutingThe trial of Rickard and others commenced on Tuesday, at Reading Crown Court in front of Mr Justice Wall.
Legal implications of 'no jab, no job'Gordon Menzies considers the legal implications of ‘no jab, no job’ initiatives by employers and offers a guide to some of the relevant issues.
Sexual assault acquittal - Oliver Saxby QC defendingA 54 year old professional man of previous good character was yesterday acquitted of three counts of sexual assault at Gloucester Crown Court following a seven day trial.
Justice John Sackar of New South Wales joins Six Pump CourtSix Pump Court is pleased to welcome Justice John Sackar who joins us as an Associate Member.
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