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Successful appeal against a decision of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority

30th May 2013

Thomas Challacombe, acting on behalf of the Appellant, recently finalised a long running appeal against a decision of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. The Authority had refused compensation to an Appellant who had been sexually abused over a 20 year period. Tom initially received instruction to carry out the hearing on eligibility 2 years ago. At the eligibility hearing it was …

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Successful appeal against a decision of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority
 

Michelle Fanneran joins KBG Chambers

7th May 2013

KBG Chambers are delighted to announce that Michelle Fanneran, formerly of Clerksroom, has joined KBG. Michelle has specialised in Personal Injury cases, including Clinical Negligence, since being called to the Bar in 2003. Michelle quickly established and maintained a loyal and extensive following amongst clients who value her eye for detail and her consistently thorough, meticulous, yet c…

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Michelle Fanneran joins KBG Chambers
 

Rawdon Crozier's Article 'Qualifying works: assessing the Chancellor's contribution - Phillips v Francis' has been published in the Landlord & Tenant Review (L. & T. Review 2013, 17(2), 64-67).

25th April 2013

Rawdon Crozier's Article 'Qualifying works: assessing the Chancellor's contribution - Phillips v Francis' has been published in the Landlord & Tenant Review (L. & T. Review 2013, 17(2), 64-67). In the article Rawdon, who appeared as junior Counsel for the leaseholders in Phillips v Francis [2012] EWHC 3650 (Ch); [2013] 13 E.G. 76 (Ch D) discusses the Chancellor's app…

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Rawdon Crozier's Article 'Qualifying works: assessing the Chancellor's contribution - Phillips v Francis' has been published in the Landlord & Tenant Review (L. & T. Review 2013, 17(2), 64-67).
 

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