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2 February 2022 at 17:00 Knife Crime Update Introduced by Richard Moss, Head of Crime, presented by Ciara Moran and Alex Maunders, pupils at 4KBW. This free webinar will cover the new offence of possession of an offensive weapon in private examining what weapons are in fact covered by the legislation and sentencing of the […]

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The Supreme Court and the ‘Right to Manage’ – Gala Unity overturned Georgia Whiting (2011)  discusses the implications of the recent judgment in (FirstPort Property Services Ltd v Settlers Court RTM Company Ltd & Ors [2022] UKSC 1) The appeal concerned the extent of the ‘right to manage’ conferred by Chapter 1 of Part 2 of […]

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THE TORT OF NUISANCE – OVERLOOK IT AT YOUR PERIL In this month’s Construction Law 4KBW’s Chris Bryden (2003) and Georgia Whiting (2011) examine the tort of private nuisance, a complex area which they warn has the potential to affect construction professionals in far-reaching (and evolving) ways Click here to read the full article…     […]

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WE ARE RECRUITING Criminal Tenants: Our thriving criminal team invites applications from ambitious practitioners at all levels dedicated  to practising in crime. Geographically Chambers’ practice is predominantly in London and the South Eastern Circuit. We are a friendly and supportive team that prosecute and defend. If you have any questions please contact our Head of Crime, Richard Moss […]

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Janick Fielding Secures Acquittal of Defendant Charged with False Imprisonment and ABH and Assault

Janick Fielding represented a father who took the law into his own hands after he and his family had endured months of racial abuse at the hands of a gang of delinquent youths. The defendant’s home had been the focus of numerous attacks, with local children banging on his doors and windows and shouting racist […]

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