On Friday 15th November, the High Court ruled as unlawful the Home Office policy relating to victims of trafficking seeking a reconsideration of a negative decision, which restricted those requests only via a First Responder or Support Provider. Now the Home Office has agreed that...

We are delighted that The Times has recognised DPG’s work to challenge state bodies by listing us in the top 200 Best Law Firms for 2020. There are couple of points we would like to clarify. As well as high profile cases, we also act for...

An inquest jury has returned its conclusion in the case of the third of five men to die at HMP Nottingham in a month from 13 September 2017. Anthony Solomon died on 27 September 2017 from the lethal effects of smoking a psychoactive substance known...

We are delighted to announce that DPG solicitors Christina Juman, Connie Sozi, Daniel Carey and Frances Lipman have been made salaried partners. Their expertise and skills in their fields and their dedication to the work we do to defend the rights of our vulnerable clients...

Following the Supreme Court’s judgment on cohabitee pension rights, Deighton Pierce Glynn partner Gareth Mitchell is The Times’ Lawyer of the Week. To view the piece online click here or for the print edition click here. Denise Brewster’s success has also received widespread media coverage both on...

Deighton Pierce Glynn have provided a submission to the Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on Human Rights, calling for practical reforms to enhance accountability for corporate human rights violations. The Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on Human Rights is conducting an inquiry into human rights and business, examining...

BBC Radio and the Belfast Telegraph have reported on Denise Brewster’s on-going Crowdjustice campaign to raise funds for her Supreme Court appeal. Ms Brewster’s case challenges rules in pension schemes which discriminate against couples who are not married or in civil partnerships and which prevent the...