The Claimant owned a caravan at the Haven Leisure Rockley Park Resort near Pole in Dorset. One of the facilities offered by the owners of the site, Bourne Leisure, is an entertainment area called the Live Lounge.
9 Gough Square congratulates Giles Mooney who is taking silk today.
Kris McDowell was on his way home in the early hours of 31 May 2016. As he walked across the aqueduct, he passed through the gap between the parapet railings to walk on the non-pedestrian side.
Thom Dyke has a paper published in the latest edition of the journal, Judicial Review. The article is entitled 'Ripe for Reform? Recent Developments in Search Warrants'.
The Inns of Court College of Advocacy has launched a revised Guidance on the preparation, admission and examination of expert evidence dealing with the use of expert evidence in civil, criminal and family matters.
Andrew Ritchie QC represented a 34 year old man who suffered a road traffic accident at traffic lights. After 7 operations his right leg was amputated below the knee.
Robert McAllister represented 11 former undercover officers as junior counsel in resisting an application for permission to judicially review orders which preserve their anonymity.
Mrs Justice Yip gave judgment for the Claimant on 1st March 2019 in the Royal Courts of Justice in a trial to determine whether a GP was in breach of duty in failing to elicit 'Red Flag' warning signs of a prolapsed disc impinging on the nerves in the spine (the cauda equina).
Andrew Ritchie QC and Shahram Sharghy of 9 Gough Square, instructed by Irwin Mitchell solicitors together with Esther Maclachlan, represented the Gaviria and the John families in their claims for damages under the Fatal Accidents Act 1976 against BP Plc and two BP subsidiary companies.
Tom Little QC was appointed by the Attorney General to act as an amicus to assist the Court of Appeal on whether the two conditions precedent required, before the Prosecution can appeal a terminatory ruling pursuant to section 58 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003, must be given in court.
Tom Little QC succeeds in R v Biddle in which the Court of Appeal made some important observations about intermediaries appointed to assist defendants.
The deadline to apply to 9 Gough Square for pupillage commencing in 2020 is 17th February 2019.
In November 2012 Mr Wynne was pushed through a window by a colleague at work following a dispute over a routine instruction. He suffered only minor physical injuries but developed psychiatric injuries.
John Foy QC represented a claimant who was a protected party as a result of clinical negligence resulting from surgery for an aneurysm. The negligence was that of the neuro-radiologist.
This week, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) fined Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for failing to apologise to a family in a reasonable period of time.
Thom Dyke has accepted an invitation to join the Advisory Group of the Centre for Criminal Appeals. The Centre is a charity committed to fighting miscarriages of justice and demanding reform in the area of criminal law.
After a 61 day trial, Gareth Munday and Jennie Oborne secured the convictions of all 9 defendants in one of the longest-running cases ever prosecuted by the DWP.
On 21st January 2019, the jury convicted a 17-year-old boy for a murder that occurred on Logan Place in Earls Court on 18th February 2018.