Paediatric haematologist sexually abuses his patients at Addenbrookes Hospital

It has recently been reported in the press that Dr Myles Bradbury a 41 year old Paediatric Haematologist at Addenbrookes Hospital has pleaded guilty to sexual offences against children, his patients who placed their trust in him to treat their medical conditions. Dr Bradbury has pleaded guilty to 7 counts of sexual assault and 12

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More child abuse victims step forward in Rotherham

Following the publication of the Jay report last week more victims of sexual exploitation in Rotherham have now come forward. The report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) heavily criticised councillors, council officers and police officers in South Yorkshire after concluding that they were aware of the widespread abuse of children, but failed to

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New medical negligence partner joins Osbornes

Osbornes are delighted to announce the arrival of Stephanie Prior, who joins the firm as Head of Medical Negligence. Prior to qualifying as a solicitor in 1997 Stephanie was a registered general nurse. Stephanie has a  Diploma in Forensic Medical Science and is the Legal Editor of and contributor to the publication ‘Medicine Science and the Law’.

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Investigating TfL’s Better Junctions Scheme

As part of the Mayor’s Vision for Cycling, in March this year Transport for London released a map of 33 priority road junctions that need to be changed in order to benefit cyclists in the capital. Called the ‘Better Junctions’ scheme, it highlights areas where infrastructure needs to be updated in order to increase safety.

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Workplace injuries report produced by Osbornes

Described as ‘a bold and far-reaching piece of legislation’ when it was first introduced in 1974, 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of The Health and Safety at Work Act. The act is credited as helping to make Britain one of the safest places in the world to work, saving thousands of lives, preventing many more injuries

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Mark Freedman speaks to BBC London 94.9 about British children living abroad

Following on from a report today by the BBC Asian Network on ‘Britons being liable to Sharia divorces’, Mark Freedman, specialist divorce lawyer was interviewed by Harriet Scott for BBC 94.9. The report highlighted the fact that ex-pats living abroad in the UAE and other countries which adhere to Sharia Law, may  unknowingly be subject to this

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Naomi Angell shortlisted for family law award

    Head of adoption at Osbornes Solicitors, Naomi Angell has been shortlisted for a major family law award. The international and domestic adoption specialist is nominated for the Cornwell Award for the Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Family Law at this years family law awards. Naomi set up the International Year of the

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Osbornes sponsors the London cycling awards 2014

  On Wednesday 16th July 2014 over 200 people from the ‘cycling world’ gathered at St Martin in the Fields for the London Cycling Campaigns’ ‘London cycling awards 2014′. The award ceremony, at which Osbornes was the main sponsor rewarded individuals and brands from across from across the cycling sector for their contribution to cycling

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AGE UK Camden and Osbornes launch new project

On Wednesday 23 July 2014, over 100 people gathered at the AGE UK offices in Bloomsbury for the launch of a new project by AGE UK Camden (AUC). The project, entitled ‘Plan Ahead – Legal and Financial Matters’ is aimed at educating and empowering older members of the Camden community to plan for later life

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Relief from Sanctions Applications: As Easy As 1, 2, 3

On the 4th July 2014, the Court of Appeal gave judgment on three significant cases examining relief from sanctions under CPR 3.9. The court also examined the effect of Mitchell and concluded amongst other things that the judgment in that case has not only been misapplied by the courts but also misunderstood. Three appeals were

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