Monthly Archives: December 2019

Huw Davies Successfully represents Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) at Preliminary Hearing

Published: 06/12/2019 | News

Huw Davies successfully represented the charity, Voluntary Services Overseas, in a preliminary hearing on the issue of jurisdiction. A former employee, working abroad in Bangladesh, had brought various claims in the London South Employment Tribunal. Following a two-day hearing, despite the employee being an English national and his contract being governed by English law, the […]

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Amelia Highnam represents Home Office following off-panel nomination

Published: 05/12/2019 | News

Amelia Highnam has recently been instructed to represent the Home Office following an off-panel nomination approved by the Attorney General. The hearing was a five-day family matter with Judgment due to be handed down in December. Amelia’s role was to assist the court and the parties as to the immigration status of those involved. Alongside […]

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Patrick Harrington QC obtains Judgement and a Costs order for Alex Reid against Katie Price.

Published: 04/12/2019 | News

Patrick Harrington QC of Farrar’s Building, who led Philip Williams of 33, Bedford Row, was successful in obtaining judgement and a costs order in favour of Alex Reid in his claim against his former wife Katie Price for the Misuse of Private information, Breach of Confidence, Breach of Contract and Breach of Data Protection, notwithstanding her bankruptcy having been granted some 24 hours […]

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