Monthly Archives: January 2021

Dangers of Ineffective Service – Claim Form Guidance

Published: 11/01/2021 | News

Introduction A recurring theme in procedural judgments is the serious consequences of failures in respect of service of the claim form. In a recent case (Ideal Shopping Direct Ltd & Ors v Visa Europe Ltd & Ors [2020] EWHC 3399 (Ch)) Mr Justice Morgan denied the claimants’ various applications for relief and held that their […]

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Farrar’s Building Welcomes David Hughes

Published: 06/01/2021 | News

We are very pleased to welcome David Hughes as a door tenant here at Farrar’s Building. David was called to the bar in 1997. He was in full-time practice at the Gibraltar Bar until 2007, when he returned to Wales. David has a broad civil practice, specialising in civil actions against the police, mental health […]

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Inquest unnecessary as criminal trial and investigations into police failings sufficient to satisfy Article 2, High Court rules.

Published: 05/01/2021 | News

On 25 August 2015, Shana Grice was found dead in her home. An inquest was opened and later suspended when a murder charge was brought against Ms Grice’s former boyfriend, Michael Lane, whom Ms Grice had previously made complaints about to Sussex Police. Mr Lane was found guilty of Ms Grice’s murder on 22 March […]

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