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  • Personal Injury - 27, July
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    Slippers and Trippers

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    Posted by Hamish MacBean

    Download a round up of The Highways and Occupiers’ Liability Acts by Hamish MacBean from 2012. Hamish’s practice is wide-ranging, encompassing a mix of personal injury and general civil litigation work. His experience of court work includes involvement in fast and multi-track trials, interim hearings and detailed assessments of costs. Hamish is a forceful and … Continue reading Slippers and Trippers

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  • Personal Injury - 27, July
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    Fatal Accident Claims

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    Posted by Chris Taylor

    INTRODUCTION Claims arising from the death of a party due to the negligence of others are frequently encountered but involve complex issues and are deserving of special attention. The article below sets out the bare bones of a seminar undertaken in October 2015 and to be repeated in 2016. THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK The estates’ claim … Continue reading Fatal Accident Claims

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  • Employment - 27, July
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    Open Justice or a Gossip’s Charter?

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    Posted by Charles Murray

    It was not that long ago that the Ministry of Justice told us it would be ditching its copies of old employment tribunal judgments.  From the Autumn 2016, it seems that judgments are going to be available online for all to see.  Presumably the service will be similar to that offered by the Employment Appeal … Continue reading Open Justice or a Gossip’s Charter?

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  • Queen Square Chambers covers areas such as health and safety and food hygiene, and has niche expertise in maritime-related regulatory breaches. The set handles instructions from insurance companies, government agencies and local authorities, among other instructing parties.

  • Queen Square Chambers has a strong following nationally among solicitors’ firms and insurance companies, and is regularly instructed in industrial disease, workplace accident, occupiers’ liability and road traffic cases. Clinical negligence is another area of strength.

  • Care cases are a notable strong suit, including matters involving non-accidental injuries, factitious illnesses, incest and sexual abuse.

  • Queen Square Chambers’ ‘strong employment team’ has ‘skilled, accessible and likeable barristers’ who appear at tribunals across the country, and attract instructions nationally.

  • Queen Square Chambers has ‘good depth’ in crime, with ‘some very able younger barristers coming through the ranks’. The group handles a balanced mix of prosecution and defence work across a wide range of crimes, including murder, fraud and serious sexual offences.

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