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Kenworthy's News

Below is a list of our latest news articles.

Simon Blakebrough Secures Acquittal for Absent Defendant in Serious Sexual Assault Trial at Manchester Crown Square by Kenworthy's Chambers 14/06/2018

 
Simon Blakebrough, instructed by Olliers Solicitors, secured an acquittal for their client on trial for serious sexual offences against two complainants.
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Windrush Compensation Consultation: Response from Kenworthy’s Chambers Immigration Team by Kenworthy's Chambers 08/06/2018

 
The Kenworthy’s Immigration Team’s response to the Windrush Compensation Consultation.
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Immigration & Asylum Law Update: Durable Partners of EEA National After Surviving Domestic Abuse Successes by Kenworthy's Chambers 07/06/2018

 
After a long legal battle led by Mark Schwenk, instructed by Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit, the Appellant had gained her retained right of residence card, but was then refused permanent residence. Mark subsequently appeared as counsel in her permanent residence appeal, which was allowed. We are pleased to update that the Appellant has now received her permanent residence card from the Home Office.
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“Subject: Thank the bloody lot of ya” by Kenworthy's Chambers 06/06/2018

 
The family team received some great feedback from a Direct Access client, a Father in a Private Law Children Dispute regarding spending time with his 4-year old daughter. After several lengthy hearings, including a Finding of Fact hearing at Manchester Family Court, the client was successfully granted a shared care order.
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Immigration & Asylum Law Update: Cart Style Judicial Review – Keeping the Upper Tribunal Honest by Kenworthy's Chambers 04/06/2018

 
One of a number of measures restricting the ability of those in the UK’s immigration or asylum system from accessing the Courts in recent years was the introduction and application of the so-called “second appeals test”. This test now applies in those cases whereby a matter has progressed through the Tribunal system and a party seeks leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal.
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