News

21 Sep 2021

Gotcha? The when, why and how of prosecuting individual directors and employees of businesses

David Travers QC and Laura Phillips will present a masterclass event at the CTSI Symposium next week.

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20 Sep 2021

Does the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 apply to boats?

Nicholas Ostrowski appeared for Surrey Fire and Rescue Services in a case which determines whether the FSO can be relied upon to take enforcement action against boats and other vessels.

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14 Sep 2021

New Christ’s Hospital School £25m sports centre plans approved

Horsham District Council’s planning committee have approved a major application to build the facilities. Anne Williams and Angelica Rokad represented the School.

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06 Sep 2021

Six Pump Court nominated as Health & Safety Set of the Year

Six Pump Court Chambers has been shortlisted as Health & Safety Law Set of the Year in the forthcoming Chambers Bar Awards 2021.

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03 Sep 2021

Gordon Menzies obtains a Master of Laws in International Dispute Resolution

Following completion of a two year course at Queen Mary University, Gordon Menzies has obtained a Master of Laws with Distinction in International Dispute Resolution.

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03 Sep 2021

DMMO Applications webinar

The first webinar in our Public Rights of Way series will cover DMMO Applications and be held on 6th September.

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18 Aug 2021

Steven Walker QC appointed Committee Member of the Beihai Asia International Arbitration Centre (BAIAC), Singapore

BAIAC – Beihai Asia International Arbitration Centre was launched in 2019.

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10 Aug 2021

New podcast investigates Rebelo case and deaths linked with the slimming drug DNP

Science journalist Jessica Wapner discusses the Rebelo case prosecuted by Richard Barraclough QC and Gordon Menzies and deaths linked with DNP.

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02 Aug 2021

£6.5 million fine for logistics company after tragic death of an 11 year old boy

What is believed to be the largest health and safety fine in two decades was imposed on W H Malcolm Ltd last week for their failings at their facility in Northamptonshire, in a case which has serious implications both for the rail industry and others.

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30 Jul 2021

Where to arbitrate? A fireside chat

Steven Walker QC will be taking part in this discussion hosted by the Thai Arbitration Institute on 16th August.

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14 Jul 2021

Public rights of way webinar series

Six Pump Court Chambers will be presenting a series of three webinars on public rights of way.

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13 Jul 2021

Methods of dispute resolution for Islamic finance: litigation and arbitration

Anthony Connerty’s article will shortly be published by Global Arbitration Review and is available here.

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12 Jul 2021

New book on flood claims

This book entitled ‘A Practical Guide to the Law of Flood Protection and Flood Claims’ by William Upton QC was published this week.

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09 Jul 2021

Parliament, Trade and Treaties

Jill Barrett will be one of a panel of expert speakers on ‘Parliament, Trade and Treaties’ at a live online event hosted by the Institute for Government on 13 July.

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05 Jul 2021

Tenancy opportunities - Crime Team

Chambers invites applications for tenancy from established criminal law practitioners.

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02 Jul 2021

Third Six vacancy

Chambers invites applications from criminal practitioners who have completed pupillage (or who will shortly do so) and seek to establish themselves in practice on the South Eastern Circuit.

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30 Jun 2021

Farmers’ market sues London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Council for damages for Covid-19 power abuses

Robert Griffiths QC and Nicola Strachan represent small traders in claims against London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Council following closure of weekly farmers’ markets.

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28 Jun 2021

The effect of international sanctions on international arbitration proceedings and the enforcement of awards

Steven Walker QC will be among the speakers discussing how such sanctions can impact on the enforcement of arbitral awards as well as the arbitration proceedings themselves.

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22 Jun 2021

Anne Williams and William McBarnet successfully represent appellant at planning inquiry

The appellant had appealed the decision of the local council not to grant planning permission for the development of a low carbon home in Dorset.

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16 Jun 2021

Planning Law Update - 28th June

We are very pleased to be hosting a Planning Law Update webinar this month.

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10 Jun 2021

UKELA Conference 14 -18 June

On 14th -18th June the UKELA conference will take place and we are delighted to be one of the sponsors once again.

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07 Jun 2021

Solar Salt Projects in Africa: environmental legal issues

In a paper for a recent webinar, Chris Badger discusses some of the environmental and legal issues that can arise in arbitration disputes, with specific reference to issues that can arise in developing markets.

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04 Jun 2021

Landmark murder conviction - Oliver Saxby QC prosecuting

On 28 May 2021, Lynda Rickard was convicted of murdering a man called Anthony Sootheran in what the Director of Public Prosecutions, Max Hill QC, described as a ‘legal landmark case’.

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18 May 2021

Solar Salt Projects in Africa – A discussion of the key environmental & legal issues

The next webinar in our international arbitration series will be held on Friday 28th May.

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14 May 2021

Supply of drugs and toxic substances to vulnerable persons - new case direction in Rebelo

Richard Barraclough QC outlines the new case direction that has been made available as a result of the latest appeal in the case of Rebelo.

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