Month: September 2019

Claire Darwin speaking at Employment Law Association of Ireland’s Gender Pay Gap Reporting seminar in Dublin

Claire Darwin is speaking at an Employment Law Association of Ireland (ELAI) seminar in Dublin tomorrow morning. Claire, and two other employment law experts, will be discussing ‘Gender Pay Gap Reporting’. Draft legislation on mandatory gender pay gap reporting was recently published in Ireland. Claire specialises in employment and discrimination law. She has handled many […]

Matrix’s criminal law team goes from strength to strength

Matrix is delighted to announce that Jamas Hodivala, Florence Iveson, James Stansfeld and Adrian Waterman QC have joined us as members of the criminal team. The criminal team at Matrix offers an unrivalled combination of specialist skills and experience across the full spectrum of crime-related practice areas from corporate fraud through to public protest cases. […]

Matrix receives 11 nominations at the Chambers UK Bar Awards 2019

Matrix is delighted to have received eleven nominations across ten categories at the Chambers Bar Awards this year. This includes three set nominations and eight individual nominations in the following areas: Defamation Set of the Year Silk of the Year – Antony White QC Junior of the Year – Sara Mansoori Human Rights and Public […]

Central Criminal Court refuses to make production orders sought by the Metropolitan Police against four media organisations

A judge at the Central Criminal Court has refused to make production orders sought by the Metropolitan Police against four media organisations. Journalists from the Times, ITN, Sky News and the BBC each interviewed the “Bethnal Green schoolgirl” Shamima Begum in the al-Hawl refugee camp in Northern Syria in February. Nothing had been heard of […]