News & Events

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Member of 9 Park Place appears in longest running teachers disciplinary hearing in Wales

12 JUNE 2012

Robert Vernon was instructed on behalf of a head teacher in proceedings before the Professional Conduct Committee of the General Teaching Council


Magistrates' Court News

29 MAY 2012

David Gareth Evans provides busy Magistrates' Court practitioners with a summary of the latest changes to procedure and sentencing guidelines to affect their practice.

Sexual Offences Sentencing Update

29 MAY 2012

Following on from her recent informative seminar on the subject, Suzanne Thomas provides a detailed discussion of new developments in the sentencing of sexual offences, as contained in the cases of R v C [2011] EWCA Crim 1872, R v Smith and Others [2011] EWCA Crim 1772 and R v H[2011] EWCA Crim 2753.

Calculating Prisoner Release Dates

29 MAY 2012

In this article Michael Hammett considers the decision of the Supreme Court in the case of R (on the application of Noone) (FC) v The Governor of HMP Drake Hall and another [2010] UKSC 30 and the subsequent Prison Service Directive.

Cardiff & District Law Society to host events at 9 Park Place

23 MAY 2012

9 Park Place Chambers has agreed to present a seminar in the next round of Members’ Forums in conjunction with Cardiff and District Law Society.

Established criminal tenants join 9 Park Place Chambers

09 MAY 2012

Roger Griffiths, Leighton Hughes and Hashim Salmman have joined 9 Park Place from Temple Chambers, Cardiff, adding to our expanding Criminal Team.

Christopher Felstead appointed to sit as a Recorder

04 MAY 2012

Christopher Felstead has been appointed to sit as a Recorder in family cases (Public and Private Law) in Wales.

All Change? New Developments in Employment Legislation

30 APRIL 2012

April 2012 saw a number of important changes made to employment legislation, some of which will be more widely known than others.  Phillip Morris look at two key areas.

Capability issues: something to fear?

30 APRIL 2012

In tough financial times employers can ill afford to have employees on their payroll who are incompetent, underachieving or just lazy. Robert Vernon explores the issues surrounding capability in the workplace.

New Supreme Court Judgments in Discrimination Cases

30 APRIL 2012

On 25th April 2012, the Supreme Court gave judgment in two separate cases, heard together in January 2012, concerning direct age discrimination and indirect age discrimination respectively. Justin Amos provides an overview.

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