The Court of Appeal has today handed down a non-anonymised judgment (and lifted reported restrictions) in the case of Khan v Meadows  EWCA Civ 152, a “wrongful birth” clinical negligence case. Unusually, in November 2018 the Court handed down an anonymised version of the judgment, and imposed restrictions on reporting the identity of the […]
Matrix is delighted to be recommended by Chambers and Partners Global 2019 in the following four areas of Arbitration (International): Most in demand Arbitrators, Arbitration (International): The English Bar, Competition Law and Public International Law: The English Bar. For more information about Matrix’s rankings in Chambers & Partners, please see here.
Blinne Ní Ghrálaigh represents Stansted 15 activist May MacKeith at her sentencing hearing; all defendants given non-custodial sentences
Fifteen defendants convicted of endangering an airport during a protest in which they blocked the departure of a deportation flight have avoided immediate custodial sentences. An appeal against conviction has been lodged. Matrix’s protest law specialist Blinne Ní Ghrálaigh was instructed by Hodge Jones and Allen Partner Raj Chada. For press coverage, please see here.
Sarah Hannett and Mark Greaves acted for a claimant who challenged an academy’s excessive use of isolation booths to discipline pupils. Following receipt of the application for judicial review, the Trust responsible for running the academy confirmed that the claimant’s Grounds of Claim and all of its supporting documents would be expressly considered and taken […]
Congratulations to Karon Monaghan QC who was awarded Outstanding Achievement of the Year and Phillippa Kaufmann QC who won Highly Commended in the category of Barrister of the Year at the Modern Law Awards 2019. Karon was recognised for her work in the Smith v Pimlico Plumbers case which centred around whether or not Mr Smith […]