DPG Partner Louise Whitfield shortlisted for Lexis Nexis Legal Personality of the Year. We are delighted that in recognition of her work over the last year, including success in the Supreme Court to extend civil partnerships to heterosexual couples, Louise has been shortlisted for another award. The LexisNexis...

Meirion James, 53, a dearly loved son, brother and uncle with a history of bipolar disorder, died on 31 January 2015 following restraint by police officers at Haverfordwest Police Station. He had been detained having earlier called the police to his home after an incident...

The High Court has today ordered the Home Office to provide by 20 December 2018 their proposed terms of reference for the inquiry into the abuse of detainees at Brook House Immigration Removal Center and to provide by 10 January 2019 details of how victims will...

Thames Valley Police have been found to have breached human rights following a fatal pursuit collision five years ago. Today at the County Court sitting at Central London, HHJ Baucher handed down her judgement in the case of Julie Seddon and others v The Chief Constable...

  In mid-July 2018 the Government (Home Office) announced the ‘Windrush Compensation Consultation’. This Consultation is the second stage in the designing of a Government scheme to compensate Windrush migrants who despite being in the UK lawfully, have been affected by Government measures to police illegal...

The partners and everyone at DPG are today saying goodbye to Gareth Mitchell, one of DPG’s longest serving employees. Gareth joined Pierce Glynn in 2002 on qualification rising to partner. He then became a partner in Deighton Pierce Glynn when the newly merged firm began in...