News & Events
A Third Party and a Third Bite at the Cherry : Overlapping Chancery and Ancillary Relief Applications.
Matthew Barry considers the overlap between chancery and ancillary relief applications, in particular with respect to the case of Edgerton v Edgerton  EWCA Civ 181.
David Gareth Evans considers the Guiding Principles in Contested Religious Upbringing cases in light of Re N.
Online dating continues to grow in the UK but just what difference will Clare’s Law make to protect an individual from domestic violence? Kate Broadhurst considers the possibilities.
Join us for a free employment law seminar on 29th March 2012.
The Court of Appeal has considered the approach a Magistrates’ Court should adopt when adjudicating upon an appeal against the decision of a Local Authority in relation to a premises licence.
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Many more members of 9 Park Place Chambers are now able to offer public access having been approved by the Bar Council to accept instructions direct from members of the public and businesses to provide legal advice or representation in court.
Ten members of the criminal team at 9 Park Place Chambers have recently been approved as Grade 4 Prosecutors for conducting Crown Prosecution Service work following a national re-grading exercise.
Gregg Taylor QC has led Ieuan Bennett, both from the criminal team at 9 Park Place Chambers, in the successful prosecution of Carl Whant.
Last year, the Supreme Court in Jones v Kaney abolished the rule that expert witnesses enjoyed absolute immunity from suit. The appellant was the claimant in a PI claim arising from a road accident.