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Rehabilitation seminar hailed as a great success
26 February 2016

Exchange Chambers, Pace Rehabilitation and Potter Rees Dolan Solicitors yesterday hosted a day long rehabilitation seminar at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester. The event – Back to the Future – was the brainchild of ...

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Non custodial sentence in drugs case
25 February 2016

In a case defended by David Bentley from Exchange Chambers a man who admitted possessing drugs with intent to supply has avoided a custodial sentence. Hamza Farooq was found in possession of around £1000 worth of drugs in his Manches...

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Successful planning law prosecution for David Birrell
24 February 2016

David Birrell from Exchange Chambers has acted for West Lancashire Borough Council in a planning law prosecution at Preston Crown Court against defendants, Timothy and Susan Edwards. Mr and Mrs Edwards w...

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Steven Crossley, David Toal and Michael Rawlinson, successfully represent Police officers at Police Misconduct Hearing
22 February 2016

Steven Crossley, David Toal and Michael Rawlinson, from Exchange C...

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Exchange Chambers barristers prosecute people trafficking case
19 February 2016

Barristers from Exchange Chambers have successfully prosecuted a high profile people trafficking case. Christopher Tehrani QC, leading Stephen Grattage...

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Exchange Chambers barristers in Old Bailey defence
16 February 2016

Richard Littler led Julian Goode in a Terrorist trial lasting 5 weeks at the Old Bailey at the beginning of the year. The Defendant was the cousin of t...

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Exchange Chambers hosts first Environmental Forum
12 February 2016

John Wyn Williams and Mark Rhind yesterday hosted Exchange Chambers’ first Environmental Forum.  The forum included talks on a range of topical environm...

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Michael Lavery and David Toal secure Not Guilty verdicts
11 February 2016

Michael Lavery and David Toal from Exchange Chambers have secured not guilty verdicts on all charges following a trial at Manchester Crown Court. The Defendants faced...

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Adrian Farrow comments on the new Health and Safety Sentencing Guidelines
8 February 2016

The latest Sentencing Council guidelines for Health and Safety breaches came into effect on 1st February and Adrian Farrow has prosecuted one of the first cases under the new regime. Babcock Rail Ltd were fined £400,000 an...

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Steven Crossley and David Toal successfully represent police officers at Misconduct Hearing
4 February 2016

Steven Crossley and David Toal from Exchange Chambers have successfully represented two South Yorkshire Police Officers at a Police Misconduct Hearing in Sheffield. ...

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Pupillage Applications available on our website from 4th April 2016
3 February 2016

Pupillage Applications available on our website from 4th April 2016. Please visit our recruitment page for information. ...

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David Birrell secures Not Guilty verdict in care worker abuse trial
1 February 2016

David Birrell from Exchange Chambers has secured a not guilty verdict for his client,  a care worker, after allegations of abuse at a residential home in Cumbria.  David's client was charged with Ill-Treatment of a Person Lacking...

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Simon Lewis success at 3 week employment tribunal
1 February 2016

Simon Lewis, acting for a well-known employer, has successfully resisted a complex set of claims brought by a former employee.  The claims were for unfair dismissal, victimisation, harassment and direct discrimination on t...

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Christmas collection raises £ thousands for charity
1 February 2016

Exchange Chambers has raised £2800 for charity through its annual Christmas collection.  The money will be split between two charities – EUROPAC Pancreatic Cancer Research Unit at Liverpool University and Clatterbridge Cancer.  The collection was organised by Mark Mulrooney, a barris...

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