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05 Jul 2016

Criminal Law Seminar - Making the Digital Case System Work

On Thursday 21st July, the Criminal Law Team at Six Pump Court Chambers will host a seminar entitled 'Making the Digital Case System Work' at which they will discuss the progress and use of the DCS for criminal law practitioners. The event is free to attend and will take place at our Annexe in

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04 Jul 2016

Wrestling Move Murder Trial Continues

The trial of three brothers charged with the murder of a vulnerable woman who they performed WWE wrestling manoeuvres on over an alleged 7-hour period continues. Oliver Saxby QC, instructed by Bond Joseph Solicitors and leading Sara Haroon, is representing the first defendant, Joshua Knight. The

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29 Jun 2016

Pension Fund Managers Legal Duties and Climate Risk

Frances Lawson will speak at a seminar next week organised jointly between ClientEarth and ShareAction entitled Clarifying Legal Duties – the implications for pensions and climate risk. The event is being held to celebrate the two-year anniversary of the Law Commission’s 2014 review,

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27 Jun 2016

Trademarks and Copyright Offences case brought by Local Authority

In a recent regulatory case, Ian Whitehurst represented a medium-size retailer in a prosecution brought by a trading standards department in relation to trade marks and copyright offences. The Local Authority sought a confiscation order against the director and the company in excess of

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23 Jun 2016

Edward Grant and Emmaline Lambert speaking at RTPI 2016 Planning Law Update Conference

Edward Grant and Emmaline Lambert of Six Pump Court Chambers' Planning Team will be speaking at today's 2016 RTPI Planning Law Update Conference. This one-day conference will provide a thorough,  examination of the key legal issues and will try to help delegates to navigate the labyrinth of

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22 Jun 2016

Environmental Law Masterclass Seminars

Six Pump Court continues our series of environmental law seminars with two  ‘Masterclass’ Environmental Law Seminars to be held this summer: Wednesday 29th June 2016 Environmental Permitting Masterclass: ‘Hot’ Topics and Brexit/Remain Reaction (2 CPD points) *PLEASE NOTE - THIS EVENT

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22 Jun 2016

Tom Dunn secures acquittals in Operation Silverton following a 5 week trial at Croydon Crown Court

Tom Dunn, instructed by Paul Lahiff & Co., has secured the acquittal of Raymond Duigan on charges of conspiracy to rob and false imprisonment following a 5 week trial at Croydon Crown Court. The prosecution case was that the defendants, dressed as police officers and equipped with fake

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20 Jun 2016

Mukhtiar Singh in the Court of Appeal in contractual dispute involving the locking of a website

Mukhtiar Singh has made his first appearance in the Court of Appeal on behalf of an applicant seeking permission to appeal. The appeal stems from a claim alleging breach of contract against a website design company for locking a website following a dispute about payment. This was a multi-million

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20 Jun 2016

Richard Barraclough QC acting in two fraud cases

Richard Barraclough QC has acted in two separate fraud cases over the last few months, one involving the sale of drugged and dangerous horses; the other involving false claims relating to the recycling of electronic waste destined for the Nigerian market. In the first case he represented a

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17 Jun 2016

UKELA Annual Conference 2016

The UKELA Annual Conference is taking place in Brighton between Friday 1st - Sunday 3rd July 2016. The theme is  'From Global to Local' - how international environmental law affects UK practice in energy, infrastructure, nature conservation, planning, marine and regulation. Stephen Hockman QC

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15 Jun 2016

Private Nuisance Litigation Masterclass - Seminar

Our series of Masterclass Environmental Law Seminars continues next month with a second seminar,  Private Nuisance Litigation Masterclass to be held on 11th July. The first of these seminars was entitled Environmental Permitting Masterclass and was held on 29th June. Second Masterclass

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14 Jun 2016

Consumer Law team to present at the annual CTSI Conference next week

Members of the Six Pump Court Consumer Law Team will be speaking at the Trading Standards Institute Conference 2016 next week at the International Centre Telford. Ian Thomas and others from our Consumer Law team will present a mini-theatre session for conference attendees on 22nd June - details

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13 Jun 2016

Defining the Boundary between European and National Law

In a paper entitled ‘Defining the Boundary between European and National Law’, Anthony Speaight QC and Stephen Hockman QC explore the future impact of EU laws on the UK and explore ways in which domestic legislation could be enacted to help define boundaries between UK and EU law. They conclude

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08 Jun 2016

International Symposium on Directors’ Liability for Climate Change Damages

Stephen Hockman QC will be speaking at the International Symposium on Directors’ Liability for Climate Change Damages to be held at the University of Oxford today, 8th June 2016. The event is the first in a series of high level international symposia organised by the Commonwealth Climate and

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08 Jun 2016

Transfer of Power: the Energy Act 2016 and Wind Farms

Following a request from Lexis PSL, Megan Thomas provides comment on the impact of the Energy Act 2016 on large onshore wind farms and the impact of the changes which will see the decision making process devolved from central government to local planning authorities. Megan also outlines the key

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07 Jun 2016

Environmental Permitting Masterclass - Seminar

Six Pump Court presents the first in our short series of ‘Masterclass’ Environmental Law Seminars to be held this summer: Environmental Permitting Masterclass: ‘Hot’ Topics and Brexit/Remain Reaction *PLEASE NOTE - THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED* The purpose of this seminar will be

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07 Jun 2016

Oliver Saxby QC instructed to lead for Crown in Oxford killing

Oliver Saxby QC has been instructed to prosecute the man accused of having killed the Oxford historian, Adrian Greenwood. Mr Greenwood’s body was found at his home in Oxford on 6th April. The trial will take place later this year. Please use the links below for media coverage of the

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25 May 2016

Hot Topics in Food Law Seminar

David Travers QC and Stuart Jessop took part in MBL Seminars' 'Hot Topics in Food Law' on 23rd May. David, who chaired the seminar, introduced the day with a talk and discussion on 'risk' in Food Law and Stuart addressed the impact of the New Sentencing Guidelines, enforcement and what

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24 May 2016

Christopher Badger to speak at the Environmental Law Conference 2016

At the Environmental Law Conference 2016 organised by MBL Seminars, Christopher Badger will be amongst the speakers discussing the current environmental law issues. This year the sessions will cover contaminated land and remediation, environmental sentencing and the legal implications of

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24 May 2016

Six Pump Court Chambers wins Global Environmental Law award

Six Pump Court Chambers has been awarded the Corporate LiveWire Global 2016 Award for Environmental Law in London. The Corporate LiveWire Global Awards recognise individuals and companies in the global legal and finance sector that have demonstrated great achievements in the past 12 months. As

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23 May 2016

David Travers QC to participate in the Lex Anglo-Brasil / Bar Council Moot for the Brazilian Judges' Association (AMB) International Congress

Lex Anglo-Brasil, together with the Bar Council of England and Wales, will be holding a Moot Night, as part of the Brazilian Judges' Association (AMB) Second International Congress on 24 May. The event will be attended by the some of the 200 judges visiting the UK for the week-long event. The

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16 May 2016

Oliver Saxby QC begins Old Bailey defence

The trial of a 16 year old charged with the murder of another 16 year old begins on Monday at the Central Criminal Court. Aaron Gaiete is accused of stabbing Charlie Kutyauripo to death at a birthday party in Woodford, London. Oliver Saxby QC is defending, leading Sara Haroon and instructed

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13 May 2016

Mukhtiar Singh speaks at The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 Conference

Yesterday Mukhtiar Singh spoke at the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 Conference 2016. His talk on the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 and RIPA covered the impact of judicial oversight to the application process and provided “excellent” practical guidance on approval applications

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09 May 2016

David Travers QC to chair BARC workshop at the Palace of Westminster

David Travers QC has been invited to chair a workshop hosted by Jo Stevens MP, Shadow Justice Minister & Shadow Solicitor General, and organised by the Business Accountability and Responsibility Centre (BARC) at the Palace of Westminster. The workshop will address the likely impact of the

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03 May 2016

Children of Prisoners: Orphans of Justice?

Kristiina Reed’s article “Children of prisoners: ‘orphans of justice’?" is referenced in a recent article on Halsbury's Law Exchange entitled "The children of parents in prison: who cares?" The article  discusses the rights of the child in the context of parental imprisonment. Kristiina

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