Monthly Archives: March 2023

Lucie Danti represents the family at an inquest where communication & safeguarding shortfalls contributed to death

Published: 27/03/2023 | News

Lucie Danti, instructed by Healys, recently represented the family at a four-day, Article 2 jury inquest. The inquest centred on the death of CF, a vibrant young woman who developed a short psychotic illness after a period of depression and anxiety for which she had been receiving treatment from a private psychiatrist. CF was admitted […]

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It Could be You!

Published: 24/03/2023 | News

Farrar’s Building is delighted to announce not one, but three new tenants joining our flourishing team of barristers, with immediate effect. Congratulations to Hena Patel, Emily Mitchell and Lindsey Hogg, who have all completed their probationary tenancies with flying colours, receiving excellent client feedback along the way, and completing a significant amount of paperwork for […]

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Farrar’s Building announces the passing of Ian Murphy KC

Published: 13/03/2023 | News

Farrar’s Building is saddened by the sudden death of former member Ian Murphy KC, who passed away on Friday, 10th. March 2023. Ian was called to the Bar in 1972, and took silk in 1992. He sat as a Recorder for many years, and was a leading figure on the Wales and Chester Circuit. He […]

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Martin Ferguson succeeds in obtaining a Wasted Costs Order

Published: 02/03/2023 | News

Martin Ferguson was recently instructed by Kevin Perkins of Plexus Law to obtain an order for the defendant’s wasted costs on the indemnity basis as a result of what a judge called ‘improper, unreasonable or negligent conduct’ on the part of the claimant’s representative. The case, a straightforward infant approval, had become protracted due to the claimant’s representative’s […]

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Victoria Logue is Back in the Building

Published: 01/03/2023 | News

We are delighted to welcome Victoria Logue back to Chambers, following maternity leave. Tory specialises in civil fraud and personal injury and will continue to accept instructions from both claimants and defendants. Tory also has a special interest in product liability, having previously been instructed in personal injury claims arising from health, beauty and cosmetic treatments. Tory’s […]

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