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Crispin Winser successfully defends negligence claim against civil engineer

News | 17th Sep 2018

In Williams Tarr v Roylance [2018] EWHC 2339 (TCC), the claimant contractor alleged that the defendant civil engineer had been negligent in the design of a gabion retaining wall at a development in Congleton in Cheshire, as a result of which it was necessary to stabilise the retaining wall by installing sheet piling.  The claimant […]

Chambers UK Bar Awards 2018 Nominations

News | 5th Sep 2018

Crown Office Chambers are delighted to announce the following nominations in this year’s Chambers UK Bar Awards 2018: Dominic Kay QC, nominated for ‘Health & Safety Silk of the year’. Crown Office Chambers nominated for ‘Health & Safety Set of the year’. Sandesh Singh nominated for ‘Professional Discipline Junior of the year’. Daniel Shapiro nominated for ‘Professional Negligence Junior of the year’. More […]

Adam Taylor achieves non-party costs order against credit hire company

News | 6th Aug 2018

In the case of Agboola v Kerley v Kindertons Accident Management (Watford county court, 30.07.18), Mr Kerley had been the successful defendant to a personal injury and credit hire claim arising out of an RTA. Following the dismissal of the claim at trial, Mr Kerley applied for a non-party costs order against Kindertons Accident Management, […]

Temporary relocation

News | 3rd Aug 2018

Due to construction work, all enquiries and deliveries should be made to our temporary location: 1 Paper Buildings, Temple, London EC4Y 7EP For further assistance, please call 0207 797 8100

Malcolm Galloway secured a ‘low culpability’ sentence for Northumbrian Water Ltd.

News | 24th Jul 2018

Malcolm Galloway secured a ‘low culpability’ sentence for Northumbrian Water Ltd (“NWL”) in a prosecution brought by the Environment Agency.  NWL had previously pleaded guilty to one offence under Regulation 12(1)(b) & 38(1)(a) Environmental Permitting (England & Wales) Regulations 2016 in relation to effluent discharged from its Sewage Treatment Works (‘STW’) at Broomley, Northumberland. NWL […]

X Children v Minister for Health & Social Services #2

News | 16th Jul 2018

Attorney General on Jersey threatens unprecedented intervention in the largest personal injury claim in British legal history: https://jerseyeveningpost.com/news/2018/07/13/ag-told-not-to-poke-nose-into-238-million-abuse-case http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5953981/Siblings-subjected-incest-family-home-sue-238million.html David Platt QC has been retained as advisory counsel for child abuse victims in Jersey who are suing the Minister for Health & Social Services for £238 million. He is assisting Advocate David Benest of BCR […]


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