Robert Barham acted in connection with council’s defence of planning permission decision over London communal gardens.
Solicitor Adam Antoszkiw helped quash client’s conviction.
Ellen Parry is acting for mother in claim against doctor on duty at after-hours GP clinic.
Solicitor acted for the guardians in the first court case where allegations of female genital mutilation arose during care proceedings for a child.
Duncan Burtwell acted for a Sikh lawyer who was refused entry to prison on a client visit because he had pins in his turban.
Renu Daly acted for the victims of a paedophile medical doctor who was jailed for 22 years in December for sexually abusing gravely ill boys aged 10 to 16.
Theo Savvides won bid to get his client Marks & Spencer a retrial in dispute with Interflora.
Jeremy Clarke-Williams acted for a Metropolitan Police officer who was accused of lying by former chief whip Andrew Mitchell.
Mark Newby is acting for Victor Nealon, who was released from prison last year after his conviction for attempted rape was quashed.
Alan Andrews, acting for ClientEarth, won a ruling at the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Kevin Timms is acting for patients with serious health problems following fitting of unregulated implants.
Leticia Jennings acted for London-based research centre in its battle with trustee the University of London over funding and independence.
Rebecca Stevens has acted for more than 100 hours pro bono for family without representation.
Karl Bamford fought to save the historic pottery collection from being sold at auction to pay off debts.
Ryan Mowat acted for a Mayfair casino in legal battle with Phil Ivey over £7.8m poker ‘winnings’.
Councils intervened in review against government decision to cease safety-net local welfare provision.
Harminder Bains helped an asbestos victims group win a challenge to government plans to reduce payments to mesothelioma sufferers.
EAT found that the ET judge had not properly explained the basis upon which he had reached his decision.
Philip Leach is acting for a Russian journalist who is challenging the surveillance powers of that country’s security service.
Nicola Bailey-Gibbs acted for mother of child who fell from playground slide and fractured her skull.
Kiran Daurka acted for a black woman police officer after a tribunal found the officer had been treated in a ‘vindictive and spiteful’ manner.
Monica Bhakri acted for daughter of pensioner who bled to death in her hospital bed.
Tariq Khan acted for man who managed to board an empty plane at Birmingham airport via a baggage carousel.
Richard Buxton acted for residents of a private house in a claim against the owners of a speedway and motor racing stadium.
Ben Rose acted for the singer in her trial over drugs allegations, a trial which could not continue.
David Cooper acted for conservation campaigning groups in a challenge to the demolition of parts of Smithfield General Market.
Sanjeev Sharma acted at the European Court of Human Rights over French law making it illegal to wear niqabs.
Chris Corney is acting for some of the victims who were persuaded to buy land in Brazil on the assurance it would rise in value thanks to the World Cup.
Mike Pemberton acted for a young adult fighting to end obligatory disclosure of a minor offence on job applications.
Brian Addlestone acted in the Supreme Court for members of the Sikh community in Britain.
Phil Shiner victim of death threats following his firm’s attempts to prosecute British soldiers for alleged war crimes in Iraq.
Alan Wetterhahn acted for world’s most expensive footballer in his transfer to Real Madrid and during Adidas sponsorship deal.
Angela Jackman acted for a mother and daughter in a JR over policy that refuses NHS abortions to women in Northern Ireland.
John Kelly acted for Russell Brand in the comedian’s libel claim over allegations about his private life.
Lee Adams represented one of the defendants in ‘Operation Cotton’ case, which was stayed after counsel could not be found.
Paul Doran won pay rises and compensation for 18 workers at a Welsh university who sued for sex discrimination.
Rheian Davies won an appeal ruling that her client could lodge a claim for unlawful detention and psychiatric injury.
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.