The Inquiry today opened Module 3, which will consider the treatment of residents’ complaints and concerns about fire safety and the extent to which RBKC and the TMO failed to comply with its duties. Danny Friedman QC and Raj Desai appear in this Module on behalf of bereaved and surviving residents represented by Bhatt Murphy […]
Danny Friedman QC is this week’s Barrister of the Week in The Lawyer. This follows the judgment in the Court of Appeal on 24th March to quash the convictions of fourteen of the “flying Pickets” known as the Shrewsbury 24, for picketing during the National Building Strikes of 1972. The outcome is the culmination of […]
Congratulations to Edward Craven and Richard Whittam QC who have been appointed to the Sports Resolutions Panel and to Tim Owen QC, Raj Parker and Andrew Smith who have been re-appointed to the panel. The Sports Resolutions Panel is an independent not-for-profit dispute resolution service offering arbitration, mediation, tribunal and expert opinion.
Fourteen of the “flying Pickets” known as the Shrewsbury 24, have won their appeals against conviction for picketing during the National Building Strikes of 1972. The outcome is the culmination of a long running miscarriage of justice campaign. Danny Friedman QC leading Ben Newton from Doughty Street Chambers was instructed by Kate Goold and Jamie […]
Westminster Magistrates Court has today ruled that a Bulgarian national, Stanislaw Chukov, will not be extradited on a European Arrest Warrant issued in August 2019. The warrant outlined three offences, but the court ruled that the most serious offence was not an extradition offence, and discharged Mr Chukov on the basis that he had an […]