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Foundry Chambers host LBLA seminar

2019-11-08T14:06:38+00:00November 8th, 2019|

Foundry Chambers were delighted to host the representatives from the London Boroughs Legal Alliance on 5th November 2019. Alexandra Healy QC and Ellis Sareen delivered a seminar on recent developments in criminal law and members engaged in discussions on the potential ramifications of these developments for their areas of work.

Lead defendant acquitted in murder trial

2019-11-04T14:01:32+00:00November 4th, 2019|

Richard Jory QC and Mary Poku represented Ethan Sterling in a five-handed murder trial at Northampton Crown Court. The prosecution case was that the armed assault within the victim’s home was carried out as a revenge attack against a rival drug dealer. Sterling was the only defendant acquitted of murder following trial. The four other [...]

Racheal Muldoon invited back to Christie’s

2019-10-18T13:13:36+00:00October 18th, 2019|

On 17 October 2019, Racheal Muldoon was invited back to Christie’s Auction House’s academic institution, Christie’s Education London, to present her annual specialist lecture to students on the Art, Law and Business Masters course. Racheal addressed contractual, criminal and copyright issues arising in the art, antiquities and auction house sectors. The principal aim of the lecture [...]

Foundry ranked in Chambers and Partners

2019-10-17T08:11:20+00:00October 15th, 2019|

Chambers has been recognised for its excellence by again being ranked in Chambers & Partners as a leading set in Crime Individuals ranked include : Crime Alexandra Healy QC Richard Jory QC William Hughes QC Mark Bryant-Heron QC Mary Poku Nicholas Dunham Henrietta Paget Claire Wardell Financial Crime Alexandra Healey QC Mark Bryant-Heron QC John McGuinness [...]

Jason Sugarman QC successfully leads defence team in case on behalf of Managing Director of major multi-national pharmaceutical company against the Information Commissioners Office (“ICO”).

2019-10-10T11:51:05+00:00October 10th, 2019|

Jason Sugarman QC leading Stephen Ferguson of 2 Bedford Row instructed by Gary Bloxsome, Co-Head of Dispute Resolution and Jennifer Richardson  of Blackfords LLP were instructed to act for the former Managing Director of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. The case was originally listed at Warwick Crown Court for two months but the prosecution offered no [...]

Kate Hare and James Gwatkin join Chambers

2019-10-08T08:39:45+00:00October 8th, 2019|

We are delighted to announce that James Gwatkin and Kate Hare have both accepted an offer of tenancy in Chambers following the successful completion of their pupillage. We wish both James and Kate the very best in their future career with Chambers.

Anu Mohindru’s client acquitted in ICO prosecution for unlawful obtaining of private data

2019-10-03T11:32:14+00:00October 3rd, 2019|

Anu Mohindru, lead the defence team for the first defendant in an ICO prosecution for the unlawful obtaining and disclosure of data, contrary to the Data Protection Act. Anu Mohindru was instructed to represent an employee of a claims management company, who was alleged to have passed on unlawfully obtained data contained in a ‘lifestyle [...]

Benjamin Waidhofer successful in Judicial Review proceedings against police refusal to delete information from PNC

2019-09-16T08:47:24+00:00September 16th, 2019|

AS had applied for a DBS certificate in the course of employment enquiries. The DSB certificate subsequently issued, on the basis of information contained within the Police National Computer (PNC), set out material relating to a previous conviction of AS at the magistrates court. A request was made on AS's behalf, inviting the police to [...]

Benjamin Waidhofer instructed to represent Vincent Fuller

2019-09-11T12:45:29+00:00September 11th, 2019|

Benjamin Waidhofer represented Vincent Fuller during the course of proceedings at the Central Criminal Court and Kingston Crown Court.  The Court was required to determine whether the offence of attempted murder had a ‘terrorist connection’ and whether to impose a sentence of imprisonment for life. Following a three-day hearing, The Court found the offence of [...]