Judicial review against Liverpool City Council regarding regulations against buskers (2012), SEE HERE
BMW Financial Services (GB) Ltd v Hart (2012); see HERE
Enterprise Insurance Plc v U Drive (Gibraltar) Solutions Ltd (2016); see HERE.
RE Barclay Entertainment Limited (2019), SEE HERE (obtained a winding up order against a company that was subject to a Company Voluntary Liquidation, against a strong presumption that the winding up petition should be dismissed due to the CVL).
Paula Walters v DWP (2019) SEE HERE (My client, the Claimant was unsuccessful, but the case provides non-binding guidance that nationalism is likely to be a belief that is protected by the Equality Act 2010)
Robinson v Ramsbottom (2020) (A case heard by His Honour Judge Sephton QC, where Joseph Chiffers successfully represented a collector of rare tattooing artefacts. Our client’s unique Christian Warlich sketchbook had been damaged by another collector).
Penny Lane Claims v Channon (2021) et al (Joseph Chiffers is successfully represented the Respondent in a High Court Appeal heard by Mr Justice Snowden. The case was very similar to Manchester Shipping Ltd v Balfour Shipping Ltd & Anor  EWHC 164, which had been heard shortly before – SEE HERE)
Lodhia v Commissioner for the Metropolitan Police (2022)- this case is pending at the time of writing. The Claimant wishes to set a precedent that will use the Human Rights Act 1998 to regulate the use of the 'Released Under Investigation' scheme. This scheme was introduced as a result of the 28 day time limit being placed on bailed suspects pursuant to the Policing and Crime Act 2007. The RUI scheme has arguably resulted in substantial delays in offences being investigated. A suspect who is subject to RUI has the prospect of a prosecution hanging over them, which will inevitably cause distress.
EB v Disclosure & Barring Service  UKUT 105 (AAC) -. HERE We successfully appealed the order preventing our client from working with children or vulnerable adults. The case concerned a difficult point of law concerning what is meant by ‘mistake’ in the particular context of a de-barring order. The Tribunal accepted that they could make different findings of fact without finding an error in the reasoning of the DBS, although in this particular case they did find fault with the reasoning.
Charon v Barton  EWHC 500 – a reported High Court case concerning the proper test for undue influence to be applied in the case of a mutual will.
Ian English v Amicus Finance Ltd 0005 of 2023 - a case involving a demand for £9,000,000.00 and a complex point about undisclosed agency. Mr Imiatz persuaded the Court to set aside the statutory demand.
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