It’s been another busy week at the coalface. The High Court, in Arthern v Ryanair  EWHC 46 (KB), gave further guidance on the interpretation of ‘accident’ within the meaning of the Montreal Convention, together with an exposition on how the domestic…
David Carrick, an officer of the Metropolitan Police has been convicted of committing 49 offences. He was prosecuted by Tom Little KC and Claire Harden-Frost of Deka Chambers. The convictions are for offences that span 17 years and encompasses offences of rape,…
This week’s Dekagram reflects the wide range of legal questions the team deals with as part of international practice. First, Thomas Jones considers a recent case on the protection of vulnerable adults resident outside the jurisdiction; then, Jeremy Ford asks when a…
William Dean has been appointed as Co-Chair of the Bar Representation Committee, in which capacity he will also be a member of the General Management Committee of the Bar Council. The Bar Representation Committee deals with member services and income and revenue…
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