Lessons for everyone – civil practitioners, family lawyers, and judges alike – in the Court of Appeal’s judgment in Re M (for which the case report is awaited).
Over a 100 people attended our annual update on the 22nd November. Thanks to everyone who attended. We hope you had as good as time as we did. Here are a few pictorial highlights. The course was opened by Gordon who explained that if people stayed to the end they would get Smarties. This […]
Members of the group (and our clerks) have been reviewed favourably in the legal directories. Here is what The Legal 500 & Chambers & Partners are saying about us. THE LEGAL 500 PERSONAL INJURY AND CLINICAL NEGLIGENCE Zenith Chambers’ ‘very knowledgeable’ personal injury team reports a significant uptick in instructions from both claimants and […]
Throughout 2016 the Zenith Personal Injury Team have been busy blogging about the latest news in PI and civil procedure. Here, as the first “review of the year” are all the posts topic by topic. POSTS ON PROCEDURE This has been (as always) an interest year in relation to procedure. Vilma Vodanivic considered what happens […]
By Jonathan Holsgrove Srivatsa v Secretary of State for Health & Another  EWHC 2916 (QB) As we approach Christmas we get ready to enjoy the repeat runs of favourite TV specials from yesteryear. What isn’t so well received is a new claim from that claimant that you thought had already gone away. The High […]
By Peter Yates In Stewart v Kelly Blake J dealt with an application, made by a Defendant in a personal injury claim, to adduce surveillance evidence. The ex tempore judgment – currently available only in summary form – deals with the principles to be applied in relation to ambushes and surveillance. The Claimant alleged that […]
Yesterday we held our annual personal injury update. For those who couldn’t make it (and for those who did) we thought we would do a history of the day in pictures. Justin Crossley chaired the morning session. Apparently stating (more than once) that we had won Yorkshire Chambers of the Year. Frances […]