Monthly Archives: August 2017

Watford FC fined by the EFL

Jim Sturman QC, instructed by Stephen Shotnes of Simons, Moorhead and Burton, acted for Watford FC in EFL disciplinary proceedings against the Club that concluded this week. See The Telegraph for…

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Tata Steel UK Ltd Prosecution

Austin Stoton prosecuted Tata Steel UK Ltd following the uncontrolled release of a carcinogenic, mutagenic, flammable toxin from a process plant at a facility in Scunthorpe in 2011 for offences…

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Thomas Daniel appointed to the Serious Fraud Office Prosecution B Panel

Thomas Daniel has been appointed to the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) Prosecution B Panel, effective from 1 August 2017. Thomas continues to accept defence instructions in large frauds.

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Inquest return verdict of lawful killing

Ian Stern QC, instructed by Scott Ingram of Slater & Gordon, represented the Authorised Firearms Officer who went under the cipher I7 at the coroner’s inquest in Peterborough into the…

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Optometrist’s gross negligence manslaughter conviction quashed by the Court of Appeal

Ian Stern QC leading Sandesh Singh (instructed by Stokoe Partnership) represented Honey Rose in her successful appeal against her conviction for gross negligence manslaughter. Mrs Rose was the first optometrist…

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Simon Baker in Supreme Court appeal relating to criminal liability for infringing Trade Marks in the “grey market”

Simon Baker appeared before the Supreme Court as junior counsel instructed on behalf of a company (C) and one of its directors (T) in the appeal of R v M,…

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Richard Whittam QC prosecuted Royal Marine Commando Ciaran Maxwell at the Central Criminal Court

Ciaran Maxwell was a serving marine when he was arrested in August 2015 at Norton Manor Camp in Taunton. Police searches revealed he had 43 hides of ammunition and explosives…

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