The Court of Appeal has upheld the finding that Mark Duggan was lawfully killed by a Metropolitan Police Officer in August 2011 despite the jury finding that he was unarmed. Clare Montgomery QC and Hugh Southey QC were involved in this case.
Matrix is delighted to announce that we have achieved a Silver award in Mind’s first Workplace Wellbeing Index, officially announced at an award ceremony on 28 March 2017. Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Index is a benchmark of best policy and practice. It is designed to celebrate the good work employers are doing to promote and support […]
Luis González García has been quoted in two House of Lords EU Committee reports entitled “Brexit: trade in goods” and “Brexit: fisheries”. To view the reports in full, please click on the links above.
Alex Bailin QC has written an article for The Times exploring whether third parties should be named in legal proceedings. His article, ‘Should people named in court proceedings have anonymity?’, comes after a recent Supreme Court case which has wide ranging implications in this area. For the article in full, please click here (paywall).
This appeal considered whether a commissioning body can, by its decision not to fund a particular option for contact, remove the jurisdiction of the Court of Protection to make a best interests decision about contact, and whether the failure to conduct a best interests assessment and/or determine the facts breached N’s rights under the ECHR […]