Richard Barraclough QC instructed by Birmingham City Council has brought to an end the long running saga of the Tesco’s “use by date” prosecution concerning three stores in Birmingham. https://www.stpaulschambers.com/tesco-fined-7-5m-for-breaches-of-the-use-by-date-food-legislation/
Hannah Lynch has been asked by MBL Seminars to film a webinar on recent developments in Admissions and Exclusions Law. This follows up from Hannah’s 2019 webinar on the same subject. It will discuss a variety of subjects, including legal issues arising out of the testimonies on the ‘Everyone’s Invited’ website. To book a place for the event, please follow this link: https://www.mblseminars.com/outline/13776?CC=SPEAKER21&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=SPEAKER21&utm_source=mbl
Bryan Cox QC has been instructed by Howells Solicitors to defend a man charged with Murder. One of four defendants all jointly charged, the trial will start in October at Sheffield Crown Court and should last for 8 weeks.
James Lake is to be led in a Murder trial by Sam Green QC. The case involving two defendants is to be heard at Sheffield Crown Court in June of this year. James and Sam are both instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service.
James Bourne-Arton instructed by RCM Solicitors has been briefed to defend a client charged with three counts of Attempted Murder, Arson and other offences. The trial, to be heard at Bradford Crown Court, will start in the middle of September.
New parole Board instructions for Emma Handley. The case will be heard at HMP Risley near Warrington. Emma adds to our growing prison law team. Full details here – https://www.stpaulschambers.com/expertise/prison-law/
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