Clinical Negligence: Delay in diagnosing cancer: a bittersweet result

We recently represented a lady (and, following her tragic death in April 2013, her extended family) in a medical negligence action against her local hospital for the delay in diagnosing... Read More >

Jeans for Genes 20.9.13

Drummond Miller is taking part in Jeans for Genes Day today. The aim of the Jeans for Genes Day / Genetic Disorders UK Grant Programme is to offer grants to... Read More >

Immigration: Tier 4 - changes both for better and worse

To coincide with the start of the new academic year, the Home Secretary laid before Parliament more changes to the Immigration Rules affecting, among others, Tier 4 migrants. Mark Harper... Read More >

Immigration: When is an application a valid application?

It may seem a silly question to ask. An application is made when you fill out the visa application form and forward it to the visa application centre or British... Read More >

Immigration: Mistakes written in judgement - appellants must have a fair hearing

The recent and important decision of ML (Nigeria) v SSHD [2013] EWCA Civ 844 ( provides important guidance on situations where Judges get some of the facts badly wrong... Read More >

Family Law: DNA Testing - not just for Jeremy Kyle

Many people will be familiar with the concept of DNA paternity testing. If nothing else, if you have ever flicked over the T.V. and seen an episode of Jeremy Kyle... Read More >