Chetna Parmar , instructed by Habib Rahman at Alison Law Solicitors , has been successful in an appeal against the CICA. The case, spanning over 5 years, involved Chetna representing the Applicant who contested CICA's negative decision to deny compensation. Handling a sensitive matter, this case served as a pivotal point for the applicant to pursue further action against other entities. Despite
Following on from his article on 1 December 2023 which considered the decision leading to Everton's immediate 10-point deduction, Gary Lewis digests the appeal decision published on 26 February 2024 which reduced that sanction and what could come of the second set of proceedings. Download Article: the_premier_league_and_the_law_-_the_continuing_case_of_everton_football_club_28.02.24__002_.pdf
Satpal Roth- Sharma , specialising in serious crime, fraud, and regulatory matters, recently represented a defendant accused of conspiring to supply Class A drugs at Preston Crown Court. In a strategic move, she successfully argued to exclude late expert interpretation evidence from the case, leaving the Prosecution facing difficulties in proving their matter. The Learned Judge, acknowledging the
NICK ROSS successfully prosecuted a case for the CPS involving a 20-year-old Californian who pleaded guilty to importing 22.4kg of Cannabis. The illicit substances were found in two suitcases at Manchester Airport, following his journey from LA to New York, then to Munich and finally to Manchester. Border Force suspected the defendant not to be a genuine visitor, leading to his refusal to
At Cobden House Chambers, our commitment to justice extends beyond the courtroom. We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Day One Trauma Support, a UK charity dedicated to supporting individuals affected by major trauma. Cobden House Chambers and Day One Trauma Support unite in a shared commitment: to empower individuals embarking on the path to recovery and justice. This aligns
Keith Jones Joins Chambers We are delighted to announce that Keith Jones has joined Chambers. Keith specialises in a wide range of serious criminal cases, including drug trafficking, fraud, money laundering, and more. He also handles private road traffic defence work in both magistrates’ and Crown courts Find out more about Keith by visiting his profile here .