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Richard Dawson and Brendan O’Leary are instructed to defend in a case instigated by the Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

The case concerns the illegal sale and supply of a variety of controlled drugs and prescription only medicines; including hypnotics, narcotics and psychotropics. The Defendants, who are not healthcare professionals, were involved in selling these prescription only medicines over the internet, without any medical or healthcare authorisation. The websites…Read more

Richard Dawson represented both the Operator and driver of a skip hire company, who had been called to a combined Public Inquiry and Driver Conduct Hearing, following the loss of a skip while in transit.

The driver was transporting two empty skips, one nestled inside the other. The bottom skip had the lifting chains attached to it. For reasons unknown, the top skip was lost in transit. It came to rest on the road, blocking the carriageway. Initially, the Traffic Commissioner was firm in his…Read more

Yousef Makki death not unlawful killing.

In her decision at the conclusion of the inquest into the death of Yousef Makki, the South Manchester Coroner has ruled that she could not make a finding of unlawful killing, as asked for by the family of Yousef Makki. This conclusion was in line with the submissions made…Read more

Lincoln House Chambers Ranked as a Band 1 Set in Chambers and Partners 2022

Lincoln House Chambers are delighted to announce that a significant number of our members have been ranked across several practice areas in the latest Chambers and Partners Guide. Chambers and Partners noted; Crime: “Lincoln House Chambers is a highly rated set on the Northern Circuit, lauded by instructing solicitors as a "very…Read more

Kate Blackwell QC successfully defends female vicar charged with sex offences

Reverend Veronica Green, vicar of Marbury, Tushingham and Whitewell in Cheshire, has been acquitted of all six charges following a jury trial at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court. Kate Blackwell QC was instructed by Tony Nelson of Hawarth and Gallagher Solicitors. The Prosecution case alleged that Veronica Green had performed sex…Read more