Helen Rundle is providing advice and expertise in a national case involving allegations of patient neglect at a Welsh health board.
Oliver Walker acted for Littlewoods in its dispute with HMRC over interest worth £1.2bn on overpaid VAT.
Jon Wakefield acted for his own firm in appeal over aid agency’s refusal to allow it funding for homelessness cases.
Anne Bellchambers acted for a Liverpool woman whose accent led the police to interpret her plea for help as a murder confession.
James Lawford Davies helped a widow stop her late husband’s frozen sperm from being destroyed.
Nitin Khandhia is acting for clients whose funds intended for buying a house never reached the vendors.
Anne McMurdie acted for a man who challenged rules on terror suspects’ access to a solicitor.
Beth Wilkins acted for millionaire Charles Sharland when his ex-wife claimed her original divorce settlement was unfair.
Simon Chapman acted for cosmetics firm Lush in a trademark battle against Amazon.
Lawrence Davies is acting for two women who claim that former Liberal Democrat chief executive Lord Rennard sexually harassed them.
Daniel Carey acted for four applicants who petitioned Strasbourg to determine whether surveillance programmes carried out at GCHQ are in breach of the law.
Joanna Blackburn is acting for a former partner at Clyde & Co, who claims she was unfairly dismissed for making whistleblowing allegations while at the firm.
Phil Shiner’s firm has submitted a complaint to the court based on analysis of alleged abuses of Iraqi detainees by UK military forces.
Alan Collins is acting for victims of Jimmy Savile, who are calling for a single overarching inquiry into how Savile escaped prosecution over child abuse.
John Gaunt acted for a client in two hearings - over alcohol licensing laws - that were adjourned.
Paul Ridge advised demonstrators opposed to the criminalisation of squatting who had set up camp outside the office of a Conservative MP.
Dean Nicholls acted for property developer John Morris, in a defended claim against Royal Bank of Scotland.
Sue Willman represented a Nigerian man on hunger strike who failed in his High Court bid to be released from an immigration detention.
Clare Collier helped several disabled claimants appeal against earlier High Court ruling.
Jennifer Harris acted for Homes for Haringey in the first successful strike-out of a grossly exaggerated claim as an abuse of process.
Lucy Middleton acted for Brian Belo, who claimed that ITV and Lime Pictures copied programme idea to create TOWIE.
Trevor Asserson successfully defended Sonja Kohn, the main defendant in Madoff Securities International Limited (MSIL) v Raven & Ors.
Philippa Dolan acted for mother of two girls after their father started court action over vaccination refusal.
Andrew Myers brought case against First Capital Connect, which disputed the validity of a loophole allowing him to save £700.
Coral Williams helped Surinder Lall win his appeal against paying the so-called ‘bedroom tax’ on his flat.
Shireen Smith successfully appealed to the Court of Justice of the European Union on behalf of clients seeking to register their ‘Golden Balls’ brand as trademark.
Nick Cambell acted for two unfairly dismissed teachers in a successful whistleblowing claim against former employer.
Acting for some of the estimated 280 anti-fascists arrested during a counter-demonstration against an English Defence League (EDL) march in East London.
Grant Gordon acted for former Tottenham Hotspur footballer Gareth Bale on his record £85m transfer deal to Real Madrid on the final day of the transfer window.
Matthew Howarth Acted for the Plantagenet Alliance, which earlier this month won the right to judicially review decisions authorising the exhumation and reinterment of Richard III’s remains in Leicester – rather than in York, where it is claimed the king wanted to be buried.
Kath Nicholson acted for the London Borough of Lewisham in its successful challenge to health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s decision to downgrade accident and emergency and maternity services at Lewisham Hospital.
Keith Etherington, 42, solicitor-advocate at Slater & Gordon is acting for a bereaved couple who, 29 months after the death of their newborn baby daughter, discovered that her body had not been cremated as promised, but was in an overgrown and unmarked mass grave with 14 other stillbirths and foetuses.
Jenny Kennedy won £7m in damages for a newly-wed Brazilian woman who, although wearing a crash helmet, suffered severe brain injuries when knocked off a motorbike in London by an uninsured driver.
Who? Mike Pemberton, 37, partner and head of civil liberties at north-west firm Stephensons.
Who? Graham Atkins, 46, founding partner of media specialists Atkins Thomson.Why is he in the news?