Broadway House Chambers are delighted to announce Adam Willoughby’s appointment as Panel Counsel to Sport Resolutions, dealing with cases ranging from anti-doping and athlete/player contract disputes, to paralympic classification and disciplinary issues.
Broadway House Chambers is happy to announce the appointment of Peter Hampton to sit as a Recorder on the North Eastern Circuit.
We are saddened to report the passing of Paul Isaacs. Paul was tremendously popular. His kindness and positive outlook, along with his knowledge, skill and intelligence will be so sorely missed by all who knew him. Our thoughts are with his cherished family. We shall all treasure our own very, very fond memories of him.
Broadway House Chambers is delighted to announce that the Queen has appointed Gordon Shelton to be a Circuit Judge. He will sit on the North Eastern Circuit, based at Sheffield Law Courts with effect from 22 January 2018. He was called to the Bar in 1981 and appointed as a Recorder in 1999. He has […]
On 25th May 2018, all companies in the UK will be expected to comply with new data protection rules, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) if they hold and process personal data in relation to individuals such as clients, employees, or suppliers. This regulation will apply to all data held, including data collected prior to […]
The recent Court of Appeal decision in Hart v Hart  EWCA Civ 1306 is timely clarification of how the court should approach the existence of non-matrimonial property and how, if at all, it should be reflected in the court’s overall determination. The facts. The parties began living together in 1983, married in 1987 and […]
Many criminal practitioners are now familiar with court hearings being conducted by video link, but this month a new report by Transform Justice suggests that the increased use of video hearings may threaten access to justice. The number of hearings conducted by video link has been steadily increasing over the last decade. In February 2012, […]
It is always a source of some frustration when, having laboured over a consent order after difficult negotiations, parties are unable to agree on the wording or even structure of the said order. In Southampton, this battle took hold, but unusually between the parties and the Deputy District Judge who was asked to approve it. […]
Congratulations to Bethan Davies and Nathan Davis, students on the BPTC at BPP in Leeds, who both achieved the grade of Outstanding in the Asylum Deportation Detention and Extradition module on their course. The ADDE module is sponsored by Broadway House Chambers and Semaab Shaikh from our Immigration Team was delighted to present both students with their […]
Until 29th July 2013 a claimant could bring and pursue proceedings in an Employment Tribunal and appeal to the Employment Appeal Tribunal without paying fees. By virtue of the Employment Tribunals and Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees Order 2013 (SI 2013/1893), a claimant is burdened with having to pay a fee: the amount being dependent upon […]