Complete Counsel barrister Lorraine Mensah was featured in the February 2019 issue of Liverpool Law with her article title ‘Britishness under the radar’. The decision to Brexit saw our rights as British Citizens expounded as an intrinsic motive to leave. Whatever your views, it appears we all value our ‘Britishness’. In Claudia Font’s article in [...]
Article taken from the January 2019 issue of the Liverpool Law Magazine. View the complete magazine here. Andi Barnes of Complete Counsel examines recent costs cases and the recoverability of agent fees The costs world no doubt hoped, following the Supreme Court decision in Crane v Canons Leisure Centre Limited  EWCA Civ 1352, for [...]
Chronic pain is a controversial presentation in PI claims. Claimants often seek damages for what are said to be life-changing conditions, which are not always wholly explained by established pathology and which Defendants and insurers frequently dispute. Issues as to vulnerability and causation cause further complication. Pro-Vide Law, in association with Complete Counsel, are presenting [...]
Claire Labio of Complete Mediation was featured in the recent issue of Liverpool Law. View the article below or take a look at the complete issue here (Claire's issue appears on page 21).
Last week saw Complete Counsel celebrate out 1st anniversary at a hugely successful event in Liverpool. Friends, clients and partners of Complete Counsel gathered at the roof-top terrace at West Africa House for drinks and food, where we were also proud to announce the launch of Complete Mediation. Photos from the event can be seen [...]
Date & Time Date: 16/03/2016 Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Location: Foresight Centre, University of Liverpool, 1 Brownlow St Event description Complete Counsel in association with AvMA (Action against Medical Accidents), Atlantic Chambers and A Neat Legal Services will be organising a conference on 16th March 2016 that will discuss and analyse [...]
The Court of Appeal have today handed down Judgment on the case of Reaney v University Hospital of North Staffordshire Trust and Another. Read on for Charles Feeny's explanation of the Judgment here We welcome your views/opinions on the Judgment, please share with us via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A clinical risk article entitled “She should have died hereafter? When is death caused in law by breach of duty?” written by Charles Feeny and Ana Samuel have been published in the forthcoming issue of Action Against Medical Accidents (AvMA) Medical Journal. The article examines the law surrounding causation in situations when a death could [...]
About this Webinar The webinar explores the practical implications of the decision in the case of Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board. This webinar is split into three sections. The first is an introductory talk on Montogomery by Charles Feeny. The second is a talk by Professor Graeme Poston, Consultant Hepatobiliary Surgeon and Professor of Surgery at the University [...]
Charles Feeny is recognised by Chambers & Partners as ‘working at the forefront of technological changes for the legal services with our digital business – Complete Counsel.’
Charles Feeny is recognised by Chambers & Partners 2016 as 'working at the forefront of technological changes for the legal services with our digital business - Complete Counsel.' Charles is also recognised for his superb advocacy skills and the ability to always be relied upon to provide the right answer in complex and high value cases together [...]