Skip to main content

Month: March 2020


Decisions to investigate less serious offending may be reviewed as police forced to reassess priorities

The Times has reported that the enforcement of COVID-19 social distancing restrictions together with the possibility of high sickness rates may result in the reduction of other policing services.  This may include a reduction in the response rate to “low-level crime such as theft, affray and cannabis dealing”.  It is reported that it may also…

Read more


Morgan Stack joins Brett Wilson’s civil litigation team

Morgan Stack has joined Brett Wilson LLP’s civil litigation team. Morgan is an Australian qualified lawyer practicing in London. She has considerable expertise in commercial dispute resolution and complex corporate recovery. For Morgan’s full biography, please click here.

Read more


Doctor who spied on 15-year-old girl in the shower struck off following voyeurism conviction

On 28 February 2019, Dr Jonathan Fielden was convicted in Luton Crown Court of one count of voyeurism contrary to section 67(1) of the Sexual Offences Act 2003.  A person is held to commit an act of voyeurism if, for the purpose of obtaining sexual gratification, they observe another person doing a private act.  At…

Read more

Legal Disclaimer

Articles are intended as an introduction to the topic and do not constitute legal advice.