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Sara Dodd prosecutes £3.5 million mortgage fraud case
25 April 2014

Sara Dodd from Exchange Chambers has successfully prosecuted a £3.5 million mortgage fraud case. Property developers Marshall Joseph, 56, from Altrincham and Alick Kapikanya, 45, from Greater Manchester, shared loans they fraudulently obtained on houses they...

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Exchange Chambers’ latest member is building on years of experience
23 April 2014

Highly regarded construction solicitor David Fearon has been called to the Bar and joined Exchange Chambers as a barrister, having previously been a partner at DLA, Halliwells and Kennedys. David qualified as a solicitor in 1997 and as a solicitor advoc...

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Sara Dodd prosecutes parents for causing serious harm to 10-year-old child
8 April 2014

Sara Dodd from Exchange Chambers has prosecuted a couple who admitted causing serious harm to a child after their 10-year-old daughter was hospitalised suffering severe malnutrition. An investigation was launched by police and social services when the girl collaps...

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Health and safety prosecution for Michael Lavery
3 April 2014

Michael Lavery from Exchange Chambers has prosecuted a four star hotel for a series of health and safety breaches after a beautician was turned into a human torch as she manicured an elderly woman’s nails. Julia McKeown spent three weeks in hospital undergoin...

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Ian Harris appointed as Part Time Judge of First-tier Tribunal Restricted Patients Panel
2 April 2014

Ian Harris from Exchange Chambers has been appointed as a Fee-paid Judge of the First-tier Tribunal, assigned to the Health, Education and Social Care Chamber, to exercise the Mental Health jurisdiction within that Chamber, in respect of Restricted Patients. In h...

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