Archive: December 2021

Goldsmith Chambers’ Civil Watch Series

In the Winter collection of the Civil Watch series, Dilan Deeljur presents a practice note on fiduciary duties and secret commissions through the case of Wood v Commercial First Business Limited and Business Mortgage Finance 4 Plc v Pengelly [2021] EWCA Civ 471.   Stuart Whitehouse provides a useful insight into the issues arising where […]

Dr Charlotte Proudman represented Kate Griffiths MP in landmark rape & domestic abuse case

Dr Proudman instructed by Melanie Bridgen at Nelsons Law represented Kate Griffiths MP in long-running family proceedings. After a contentious fact-finding hearing, the family court found that Kate Griffiths MP has been raped whilst asleep, domestically abused and coercively controlled by her ex-husband Andrew Griffiths. Ms Griffiths argued that Mr Griffiths posed a risk of […]

Sarah Memmi secures not guilty verdicts for drug supply offences

Sarah Memmi, instructed by Sabrina Neves of GT Stewart Solicitors, represented JF in Kingston-upon-Thames Crown Court. JF was jointly charged with another with two counts of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs, and with possession of criminal property namely proceeds of drug dealing, as well as  one count of having custody or […]


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