Monthly Archives: August 2015


Geoffrey Williams QC succeeds for the Solicitors Regulation Authority in the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal

Published: 19/08/2015 | News

Geoffrey Williams QC prosecuted the case of Solicitors Regulation Authority v William Osmond, which was unique on its facts. Mr Osmond was a witness in civil proceedings in the High Court in which his credibility was a live issue. Mr Osmond had been suspended by SDT many years ago for beaches of the Accounts Rules […]

read more

Joshua Hedgman settles High Court pensions claim

Published: 13/08/2015 | News

Joshua Hedgman has been instructed in a High Court pensions claim which had been proceeding in the Queen’s Bench Division. The Claimant had worked for a public sector employer when he sustained injury in a road traffic accident causing serious cognitive deficit. He was dismissed from that employment and duly brought proceedings in the Employment […]

read more

Successful dismissal of a liability admitted claim

Published: 11/08/2015 | News

Tim Found was recently successful in case which resulted in the dismissal of a liability admitted claim. He represented the defendant in a case where his client had reversed into the claimant’s parked vehicle. Liability was admitted but causation and quantum were in dispute. The claim was served on the cusp of limitation along with […]

read more

Christopher Quinlan QC appointed a Barrister Governing Bencher of Inner Temple

Published: 03/08/2015 | News

Farrar’s Building is delighted to announce that Christopher Quinlan QC has been appointed a Barrister Governing Bencher of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple following the Trinity term elections. Governing Benchers, who are elected to govern the Inn, are responsible for managing the property, supervising the finances and deciding the policy of the Inn. […]

read more

Lord Williams of Mostyn Memorial Lecture

Date: Tue November 10, 2015 at 18:30 | CPD Hours: 1
Location: Gray's Inn, London, United Kingdom

Lord Williams of Mostyn Memorial Lecture Programme (10/11/2015) This year’s Lord Williams of Mostyn Memorial Lecture will be delivered by Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, who will discuss: “The Centrality of Justice: its contribution to society and its delivery.” Prior to the lecture there will be a short […]

read more