Jennie Oborne has been appointed to the Attorney General's C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown for a period of five years from the 2nd September 2019.
The issue on appeal was whether NHS England was entitled to terminate contractual arrangements under which three dentists supplied an Intermediate Minor Oral Surgery service to the NHS under General Dental Services Contracts.
Max joins Chambers from 2 Dr Johnson's Buildings and has a strong Common Law practice. Prior to being called to the Bar, Max worked as a County Court Advocate.
James Thacker and Jennie Oborne successfully prosecuted a "vicious, shameful and premeditated" attack committed with the intention of procuring a miscarriage in June 2019.
Kyah Mufti defended a young man, CA, in this case where the police officer intending to conduct a search of CA under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971, had begun to handcuff CA without explanation or reason.
Jake Richards has been awarded the Pegasus Scholarship from Inner Temple, to undertake research in India on surrogacy law.
Writing for the latest JPIL edition, Sabrina Hartshorn has written her interpretation of the case of Kimathi v Foreign and Commonwealth Office  EWHC 2066 (QB).
James Thacker and Jennie Oborne successfully prosecute "vicious, shameful and premeditated" attack committed with the intention of procuring a miscarriage.
Kyah Mufti acted for the Defendant, YR, in a trial where the prosecution alleged that YR had trespassed on his ex-employers' property and stolen items in order to blackmail his ex-employers for money.
The Defendant made an application to strike out the Claimant's claim for damages arising from the negligent shipment of bananas on the grounds that a delay of 4 years and 7 months in applying for a CMC is unacceptable.
The NHS Commissioning Board had imposed conditions on Dr Dayah's entitlement to be on a performers list in accordance with The National Health Service Regulations 2004 in the absence of national guidelines.
Emily Verity has successfully prosecuted a serial sex offender who poses a high risk of serious harm to the public including children.
On Thursday 23 May 2019 the Court of Appeal, refused to leave to appeal out of time in an £8million money laundering case where the applicant received 6 years' imprisonment following a guilty plea.
Emily Verity has successfully prosecuted a father of repeatedly raping his daughter when she was aged between 7 and 16.
9 Gough Square is pleased to announce the appointment of 6 of its barristers to the list of Specialist Regulatory Advocates - all are able to prosecute on behalf of regulatory bodies.
On 10th May 2019 at Thames Magistrates' Court, a meat cutting plant was fined for obstructing food safety inspectors acting in the execution of their duties.
The Scottish Maritime Museum has been in the news for adopting gender-neutral signage for ships as a response to vandalism of its signs.
In Suki Waschkuhn v Capital Asset Management Limited and Wimbledon Central Residents' Association Limited the court was concerned with a dispute in respect of works to Mrs Waschkuhn's terrace.
Grahame Aldous QC becomes the first barrister to achieve the highest level of accreditation available from APIL for his outstanding contribution to personal injury law.