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Lexis Nexis interview Anthony Metzer QC and Sanaz Saifolahi

Anthony Metzer QC and Sanaz Saifolahi of Chamber’s immigration team are interviewed by Evelyn Reid of Lexis Nexis on unmarried partners being recognised under the ‘Surinder Singh’ route following their recent success in the Court of Justice of the European Union in the case of Banger v Secretary of State for the Home Department C-89/17, [2018] […]

A v Metropolitan Police and another (2018)

Heather represented A and another family member, where it had been discovered that the Met Police had ordered a second post-mortem on the body of A’s husband in 2001.  Evidence was available that a specific police officer had informed  a coroner’s officer that the  pathologist had indicated that he would need to retain the deceased’s heart. The police officer […]

B v Dr G (2018)

Heather acted for the Claimant in this dental negligence claim where the Defendant had failed to diagnose, treat adequately, monitor adequately and maintain adequately the Claimant’s periodontal condition.  The result was that the Claimant would lose all her upper teeth and would require complex remedial treatment involving bone grafting and implants.  She also suffered psychological injury. […]

Dr Charlotte Proudman invited to speak about prostitution laws on LBC radio on 24 July 2018

Following the publicised failings of the quasi-legalisation of prostitution in Leeds, Dr Charlotte Proudman was invited to discuss why the legalisation of prostitution reinforces violence against women and girls, increases the risk of rape and violence and leads to greater numbers of human trafficking. As an advocate for women, Charlotte argued for the introduction of […]

Dr Anton van Dellen represents family in inquest of death of 6 year old girl

At an inquest in Bedfordshire into the death of Goda Januleviciute, Dr Anton van Dellen successfully made an application that the Chief Executive of Luton and Dunstable Hospital be called to give evidence about seeming discrepancies in a letter of apology written to the family. The coroner entered a narrative conclusion which described the discharge […]