skip to main content

News

Supreme Court Judgment: Barton v Wright Hassall, [2018] UK SC 12

Supreme Court Judgment: Barton v Wright Hassall, [2018] UK SC 12

Published 21/02/2018

Howard Elgot and Abigail Telford of Parklane Plowden Chambers acted for the Appellant, Mark Barton, in a much anticipated legal decision concerning whether 'special rules' should be afforded to litigants in person when it comes to service.

Read Full Article
Judicial Conduct: when it goes wrong

Judicial Conduct: when it goes wrong

Published 20/02/2018

Jo Delahunty QC considers transparency around complaints based on judicial behaviour and trial management; perceived judicial bullying of advocates and why much of it goes unchallenged.

Read Full Article
Is a 90% liability offer one working day before a five day clinical negligence trial a genuine attempt to settle?

Is a 90% liability offer one working day before a five day clinical negligence trial a genuine attempt to settle?

Published 09/02/2018

A brief summary of JMX (a child by his mother and litigation friend FMX) v Norfolk and Norwich Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust [2018] EWHC 185 (QB)

Read Full Article
Case law update on the judgment handed down by the President in A‐F [2018] EWHC 138 (Fam)

Case law update on the judgment handed down by the President in A‐F [2018] EWHC 138 (Fam)

Published 07/02/2018

Read Full Article
Unemployed law graduate seeks share of girlfriend's £1.3m home.

Unemployed law graduate seeks share of girlfriend's £1.3m home.

Published 30/01/2018

Read Full Article

Find a Barrister

Also in this section

Legal 500 ISO9001 Ranked Chambers 2018 Celebrating 10 years
We're Recruiting

Parklane Plowden welcomes enquiries from Barrister and Solicitor advocates. In addition to our regular recruitment campaigns, Parklane Plowden also welcomes enquiries from individuals seeking superb opportunities for career advancement.

Cookies on our website
By accessing this website www.parklaneplowden.co.uk ("Site") or downloading materials from the Site, you agree to abide by these terms (as amended from time to time) set out here. Where you are using the Site in the course of your business, you agree to these terms on behalf of that business. If you do not agree with the terms (or are not authorised to do so) you should not access this Site.