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Timothy Raggatt QC

On 6th June 2022 following a 10-day hearing before an independent disciplinary tribunal Timothy Raggatt QC was sentenced to be suspended for 12 months. An appeal is being lodged by his legal team and he continues to practise until the outcome of the appeal. Until the conclusion of the appeal chambers will be making no […]

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Construction Law: BexHeat Ltd v Essex Services Group Ltd

Georgia Whiting’s recent case analysis, first published by Lexis®PSL on 04 May 2022, looks at the practical implications of BexHeat Ltd v Essex Services Group Ltd [2022] EWHC 936 (TCC)  High Court enforces adjudication award, reminding parties of the importance of the immediate obligation to pay ‘the notified sum’ Construction analysis: This case concerns the enforcement of a […]

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Chris Bryden and Georgia Whiting write in the April edition of Construction Law, examining case law surrounding the role of expert witnesses, which suggests a worrying trend towards a loosening of the established principles of how experts should behave, and are instructed. Click here to read the full article

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Jennifer Lanigan 2018, Karen Staunton (2020), Alex Maunders (2017) and Ciara Moran (2021) on: The Nationality and Borders Bill EOG and KTT v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2022] EW CA Civ 307 R v AAD [2022] EWCA Crim 106 VERSION 11 Bail Policy Update click here to read

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Janick Fielding secured the acquittal of a long-time victim of extreme physical and sexual abuse

On 14th April 2022, at the Crown Court in Bournemouth, Janick Fielding, who had originally been instructed to deal with the matter as an inevitable guilty plea and mitigation for sentence, secured the acquittal of a long-time victim of extreme physical and sexual abuse who was facing an allegation of inflicting grievous bodily harm with […]

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