This training will cover a short, easy to digest introduction to statutory nuisance prosecutions in respect of residential accommodation Read more >
The significance of a recent High Court housing law case cannot be underestimated – both legally and practically – in bringing to the fore the practical effects of local authority allocation schemes, writes Martin Khoshdel. Read more >
A Paedophile case in which Tina Cook QC appeared both in the Court of Appeal RE A (Children) (2012) EWCA Civ 185 (Specifity of findings of Fact & Judge seeing child in chambers after Submissions and before Judgment) and later in the High Court on a jurisdiction matter has culminated in successful prosecutions of the Mother in the Norwich Crown Court. The Appellant Mother was convicted on 23 counts of indecent assault ranging from rape to inciting a child to engage in sexual activity with and including two men who were found guilty of similar offences.