Monthly Archives: March 2018

Congratulations to Carwyn Cox on his appointment as a Recorder on the Northern Circuit

Published: 23/03/2018 | News

We are delighted to announce that Carwyn Cox has been appointed as a Recorder on the Northern Circuit. The appointment will take effect from 4 April 2018. Courts and Tribunals Judiciary Website  

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Joshua Hedgman talking on ‘Contested Wills, due execution and the impact of not paying costs orders’ on Fri 23 March at 12.45pm at Withers London

Published: 20/03/2018 | News

Joshua Hedgman will be giving a talk on the Ashman v Thomas case, entitled ‘Contested Wills, due execution and the impact of not paying costs orders’ on Friday 23 March at 12.45pm – 2pm at Withers London Head Office. Please select here for further details and to register for this event.    

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Paul Lewis QC successful in defence of farmer charged with fraud

Published: 19/03/2018 | News

Paul Lewis QC recently acted in the successful defence of a farmer charged with multiple counts of fraud. The prosecution alleged that the defendant had interfered with bovine tuberculosis tests in order to obtain payment of government compensation. It was further alleged that, in order to increase the compensation payable, the defendant had falsely claimed […]

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Carwyn Cox successfully acts for Abellio Bus Company in contempt of court RTA case

Published: 13/03/2018 | News

On 5th March 2018, Carwyn Cox, instructed by Frances Whitehead of Backhouse Jones Solicitors,  represented Abellio London Limited in their application to commit husband and wife, Mr Amrik Singh Ahuja and Mrs Jamkit Kaur Ahuja to prison for contempt of court.  The case arose from a road traffic accident that took place on 26th September […]

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