Adam Chapman, Partner and Head of Public Law at Kingsley Napley, comments on the recent guidance from the Upper Tribunal on closed hearings and the implications for practitioners in Freedom of Information Journal.
3rd February 2014
It was widely reported recently that Greater Manchester Police (GMP) is to be prosecuted for health and safety offences over the shooting of Anthony Grainger in March 2012.
In a piece written for Police Professional, Jonathan Grimes comments on the charges that have been brought in this case as well as certain other charges that were considered but not pursued by the Crown Prosecution Service. This article was first published in Police Professional (a subscription to Police Professional is required).
PRESS RELEASE: Kingsley Napley calls for loosening of Tier 1 investor visa requirements if the UK is to stay competitive in the global market for high value migrants
24th January 2014
Upping the £1m investment threshold to £2m would not have a detrimental impact on the number of Tier 1 investors coming to the UK, according to a survey by law firm Kingsley Napley LLP. However changing the nature of permissible investments by these investors would deliver more benefit to the UK economy.
10th January 2014
In its recent decision in Chhabra, the Supreme Court has given guidance on the National Health Service disciplinary procedures. Julie Norris, partner at Kingsley LLP, considers the issues.
This article was first published in Lexis Nexis, LexisLibrary’s UK Legal News Analysis on 3 January 2014, and has been republished with the kind permission of the copyright owner.
6th January 2014
Specialist litigation firm Kingsley Napley today announces the appointment of Fiona Simpson, an expert in civil fraud litigation, as a partner in its Dispute Resolution practice.