Hugh Southey QC represented the victims of the Birmingham Pub Bombings in Court of Appeal proceedings determining whether the perpetrators should be identified in the inquest into the bombings. The Court of Appeal ruled that the suspects will not be named. For further press coverage, please see here.
Contaminated blood products caused the deaths of at least 2,800 men, women and children who subsequently contracted HIV or HCV/Hepatitis C
Karon Monaghan QC, Aidan O’Neill QC and Kirsten Sjovoll of Matrix are instructed in the UK Infected Blood Inquiry. Contaminated blood products caused the deaths of at least 2,800 men, women and children who subsequently contracted HIV or HCV/Hepatitis C. Karon Monaghan QC is acting for four men who contracted HIV and HCV through contaminated […]
Tim Owen QC nominated for Global Investigations Review’s Most Important Court Case of the Year Award
Congratulations to Tim Owen QC who has been nominated for Global Investigations Review’s Most Important Court Case of the Year Award for his work on the R (AL) v Serious Fraud Office  EWHC 856. The awards are due to take place on 25th October 2018 in Washington DC and will be the 4th Annual GIR […]
The Divisional Court has found that the Electoral Commission – the body charged with overseeing elections and referendums in the UK – got the law wrong when it regulated the EU Referendum. The Court’s judgment was handed down today. Jessica Simor QC was instructed by Deighton Peirce Glynn. A copy of the judgment can be found here. […]
Professor Christian J. Tams will be serving on the programme committee of the 2020 Edinburgh Congress of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA). ICCA is a leading forum for debates on transnational aspects of arbitration. For nearly six decades, ICCA has organised global congresses that bring together senior practitioners, in-house counsel and young voices. […]