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Helen Pagett successfully defends NHS Commissioning Board

News | 10th Dec 2018

Helen Pagett has successfully defended the NHS Commissioning Board following a clinical negligence trial at Manchester County Court last week. The claim arose out of an alleged failure by a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon to diagnose prosthetic loosening in a knee replacement and recommend revision surgery. Following a 2 day trial, HHJ Evans handed down judgment […]

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News | 6th Dec 2018

Please be aware chambers email system is currently down. If you have sent an urgent email recently, please telephone the relevant clerk.

Legal 500 UK Awards 2019

News | 4th Dec 2018

Crown Office Chambers is pleased to announce they have been shortlisted for the Legal 500 2019 UK Awards in the following areas: Silk of the year – Andrew Rigney QC – Construction & Energy Junior of the year – Andrew Davis – Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence To view all nominations for the awards, please click here.

Mark Balysz has secured the acquittal of a firefighter

News | 19th Nov 2018

Mark Balysz has secured the acquittal of a firefighter after a two week trial in the Crown Court at St Albans. The firefighter faced an indictment alleging causing death by dangerous driving and by careless driving in the alternative. The fire appliance he was driving had rolled at speed on a roundabout on the way […]

Anna Laney and Daniel Shaw to lecture at the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge

News | 13th Nov 2018

Anna Laney and Daniel Shaw have been invited to deliver a lecture to post-graduate students on effective oral advocacy in the construction industry. The lecture will be given to students undertaking the Construction Engineering Masters programme at the Laing O’Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology (a partnership between the Department of Engineering, Cambridge Judge Business School and […]

Court of Appeal reconsiders the rules for Appeals from the TCC

News | 2nd Nov 2018

Ben Quiney QC appeared for the successful Respondent in a failed application for permission to appeal a decision of the TCC. Coulson LJ took the opportunity to reconsider and restate the principles governing appeals from the TCC. In his Judgment he reviewed the existing authorities and was invited by the Applicant to reverse them. He […]


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