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16 Jun 2020

Anthony Connerty appointed to art law arbitration panel

Anthony Connerty has been appointed to the Arbitration and Mediation Pools of the Court of Arbitration for Art.

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09 Jun 2020

NEW COVID-19 Guidance Tracker resource

The Covid-19 Guidance Tracker is our new resource to enable businesses and legal professionals to more easily navigate to the applicable Covid-19 guidance most relevant to their area of work.

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09 Jun 2020

The road to becoming a barrister

Last year, Angelica Rokad, barrister at Six Pump Court was interviewed by the BBC’s Listening Project.

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08 Jun 2020

Retailers and social distancing – what does the latest guidance say?

How does the 2 metre rule translate to retailers and what does the latest guidance say? In an article on our COVID-19 Blog Nicholas Ostrowski discusses the practical implications for retail operators.

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01 Jun 2020

Webinar: Heritage Assessment and Design in Planning Decisions

On Thursday 4th June, Six Pump Court and Women in Planning will host a joint webinar entitled Heritage Assessment and Design in Planning Decisions.

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29 May 2020

Can COVID-19 be spread through air conditioning and ventilation systems and what precautions should businesses take?

This article addresses what steps businesses should take to control the COVID-19 virus through air conditioning and ventilation systems as they reopen.

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14 May 2020

Robert Griffiths QC and Nicola Strachan instructed in case relating to business interruption insurance

Robert Griffiths QC & Nicola Strachan have been instructed by Le Beaujolais, (the oldest French wine bar in London) in relation to their Business Interruption Insurance policy.

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13 May 2020

Big fine for a small company for a failure to manage fatigue

Renown Railway Services were sentenced in a remote hearing at Nottingham Crown Court involving David Travers QC, leading Nick Ostrowski, for the ORR.

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12 May 2020

New Employment Law Update blog

Members of Six Pump Court’s Employment team provide the latest employment law news stories and legal analysis, concentrating on the issues that arise in the workplace due to the Covid-19 public emergency.

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24 Apr 2020

Group litigation and solicitor disputes

In this short article, Gordon Wignall looks at some of the lessons which can be learnt from disputes between solicitors wanting to progress group litigation.

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23 Apr 2020

David Travers QC and Ian Thomas speaking at remote UK Food Law Conference next week

David Travers QC and Ian Thomas will be speaking at the UK Food Law Conference next week and discounted tickets are available.

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17 Apr 2020

Litigation funding: a new reality post-Chapelgate

Gordon Wignall discusses the position of funding in England and Wales post-Chapelgate, where the automatic protection of the Arkin 'cap' was lifted.

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08 Apr 2020

Handbook on Good Treaty Practice

We're pleased to announce publication of the 'Handbook on Good Treaty Practice’ by Jill Barrett and Robert Beckman.

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08 Apr 2020

Vicarious liability (and data protection): two cases

Morrisons, heard recently in the Supreme Court concerns vicarious liability for a rogue data controller. Together with another Supreme Court case, Barclays Bank, these two cases cover all the key issues.

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07 Apr 2020

Case management of confidentiality rings in competition cases

Confidentiality rings in competition cases have become an area of vigorous trench warfare.

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06 Apr 2020

Judgment in important food law prosecution concerning “use by” dates and European regulations

Richard Barraclough QC appeared for the prosecuting authority Birmingham City Council.

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27 Mar 2020

The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020

Mark Watson QC and Mark Davies consider the new Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 and the impact on businesses.

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27 Mar 2020

First prosecution for failure of fatigue management in the rail industry

In a case which may have wide ranging implications for the use of contractors on the railway network David Travers QC, leading Nick Ostrowski, instructed by the Office of Rail & Road obtain guilty verdicts.

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24 Mar 2020

Parliament and Brexit - a new Report

A report on "Parliament and Brexit’ was published today by UK in a Changing Europe. It explores the role Parliament has played to date on Brexit, as well as the challenges and opportunities .

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19 Mar 2020

Mini-Pupillages at Six Pump Court postponed until further notice

Due to the risks associated with the coronavirus, Chambers has postponed all mini-pupillages until further notice.

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19 Mar 2020

Birmingham City Council v Tesco Stores Limited - prosecution for selling food after expiry of "use by" date"

Judgment has been reserved in the case of Birmingham City Council v Tesco Stores Limited concerning “use by” dates and the relationship of European Regulation 1169/2011 Article 24 and Article 14 of Regulation 178/2002.

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19 Mar 2020

Supply of drugs and toxic substances - liability for manslaughter

Richard Barraclough QC and Gordon Menzies have written a paper discussing the impact of this case and the Court of Appeal judgment on drug supply cases.

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18 Mar 2020

Coronavirus (Covid-19) – visitors to Chambers

In the current environment our staff and barristers are working hard to ensure our service levels are maintained and minimise risk to all of our clients, staff and barristers.

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12 Mar 2020

Conviction in Miss England wounding

China Gold, was today convicted of the unlawful wounding of a former Miss England finalist, Olivia Cooke. Emin Kandola prosecuted.

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11 Mar 2020

Disabled pensioner murdered and set on fire - Oliver Saxby QC and Nina Ellin prosecuting

The trial of Michael Bryant started last week at Maidstone Crown Court.

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