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8th August 2022

Steven Walker QC appointed to the roster of Arbitrators of the Thai Arbitration Institute

There are only three British Silks on the roster.

25th July 2022

Planning Inquiry Training – Anne Williams and Angelica Rokad

Six Pump Court are pleased to offer planning inquiry training to prospective parties involved in a planning appeal.

25th July 2022

International arbitration book launch for Steven Walker QC

Steven Walker QC and Professor Steve Ngo have co-written a chapter on ‘Arbitration in the Energy & Mining Industry’

20th July 2022

Charles Morgan and Nicholas Ostrowski appointed to advise the Office for Environmental Protection

Charles Morgan and Nicholas Ostrowski have been appointed as external counsel advising the Office for Environmental Protection in an investigation under section 33 of the Environment Act 2021.

13th July 2022

Environment Act 2021: Text, Guide and Analysis: new book published

Christopher Badger is the co-author of a new book on the new Environment Act.

8th July 2022

Important judgment by the Court of Appeal on the scope of nuisance claims for water pollution

The Court of Appeal recently handed down judgment in Manchester Ship Canal Company Limited v United Utilities Water Limited [2022] EWCA Civ 852

8th July 2022

Legal 500 Bar Awards 2022 – Six Pump Court receives nominations in four categories

Chambers is delighted to announce four nominations at the Legal 500 UK Bar Awards 2022.

8th July 2022

Emin Kandola secures acquittal in ‘Haymaker’ punch causing grievous bodily harm case

Emin Kandola has secured the acquittal of a man charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent to cause grievous bodily harm (Section 18).

7th July 2022

Steven Walker QC appointed to the List of Arbitrators of the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC)

The Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) is the largest arbitration centre in the Middle East.

29th June 2022

Nightclub secures return of its licence

Stuart Jessop represented the nightclub which had its licence revoked after summary review proceedings were brought following the uncovering of significant drug dealing by police.

28th June 2022

Withdrawal of Public Body’s decision did not end the First Tier Tribunal’s jurisdiction

Stuart Jessop acted for the Appellant in an appeal to the Upper Tribunal concerning the jurisdiction of the First Tier Tribunal when the public body decision maker withdraws its decision.

27th June 2022

Court of Appeal decision on calculating lawful residence in the UK

The Court of Appeal on Friday handed down its decision in Marepally v Secretary of State for the Home Department.

26th June 2022

Environmental and Health & Safety Regulatory Issues in Arbitration Webinar

Six Pump Court Chambers will be hosting a webinar on international arbitration webinar next month.

22nd June 2022

Daniel Stevenson prosecutes attempted murder of girl stabbed 22 times

Daniel Stevenson was instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service in the case of R v Shaba.

22nd June 2022

Planning permission for exploratory fracking dismissed

In June 2022, the Secretary of State found in favour of the council's case and dismissed the appellant's application for planning permission for exploratory...

22nd June 2022

John FitzGerald secures acquittal in million pound drug importation trial

John Fitzgerald was instructed by Karamjit Singh of Bark & Co Solicitors.

31st May 2022

Youth with severe learning disabilities acquitted of murder

Richard Barraclough QC defended a young man with severe learning disabilities on trial for murder at Sheffield Crown Court.

31st May 2022

Nike goods stolen from articulated lorry following arrest of driver

The long running saga of the Nike load stolen after the driver of the articulated lorry was arrested for drink driving has come to an end.

31st May 2022

Important appeal concerning Trading Standards authority to prosecute certain offences

On 20th July the Court of Appeal is to hear an important appeal concerning Trading Standards authority to prosecute certain offences.

24th May 2022

Angelica Rokad successfully prosecutes landlord charged with unlawful eviction of family from their home

Angelica Rokad has secured the conviction of a landlord who was found guilty of unlawfully evicting a family and subjecting them to harassment in an attempt to force them out of the property.