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29th Oct 2015News

Stephen Brassington wins Chambers UK 2015 Professional Discipline award

Congratulations to Stephen Brassington on winning the Chambers UK Bar Award 2015, for Professional Discipline: Junior of the Year. Stephen is head of the Professional Discipline & Regulatory Group and is regarded as one of the leading juniors in the field of Professional Discipline.

27th Oct 2015News

Tom Day represents the FA over Arsenal’s breach of football agents regulations

Arsenal have been fined £60,000 after breaching football agents regulations over the transfer of Calum Chambers. Alan Middleton, sports agent, has been fined £30,000 and suspended for three months. Chambers joined Arsenal from Southampton for £16m in July 2014. The case was heard on the 24th September 2015 before the football disciplinary tribunal. Tom Day […]

14th Oct 2015News

Should Cartel Activity be a Criminal Offence in Hong Kong?

In this month’s Bulletin magazine, produced by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, Andrew Radcliffe QC analyses the criminal offence of cartel activity and the legislative approach Hong Kong is taking. Bulletin (October 2015) – Should Cartel Activity be a Criminal Offence in Hong Kong (pages 22 – 24).

8th Oct 2015News

“Trojan Horse” Cases: 2 Hare Court Team Commence the First NCTL Hearings

On Monday 12th October 2015 the first of the five “Trojan Horse” cases examining alleged undue religious influence in Birmingham state schools will be heard before a panel of the National College for Teaching and Leadership, the regulatory body of the teaching profession. The investigation began after letter was leaked to the BBC in March 2017. In […]