Brick Court Chambers

Tim Johnston

Tim Johnston

YEAR OF CALL: 2011
CLERK: Luke Carvalho

"He's superb and will become an absolutely stellar lawyer. He has an easy turn of phrase which the courts like."
Chambers & Partners 2020

News

11/05/20

Advocate General’s Opinion resolves intra-Member State dispute concerning nuclear power in favour of UK Government

27/04/20

Administrative Court upholds Transport for London’s decision not to prevent Uber from trading pending its licence appeal

10/03/20

Important judgment concerning unfair pricing in the pharmaceutical sector

25/02/20

Commercial court gives limitation judgment in DRAM competition damages claim

12/02/20

35 members of Brick Court appear in The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases and Top 15 Appeals of 2020

21/01/20

Court of Appeal delivers significant judgment on restriction of competition by object/legality of bans on internet selling

21/01/20

Court of Appeal dismisses British Telecom’s challenge to HM Treasury’s decision to index public service pensions

21/05/19

Resident Judge in the Sovereign Base Area in Cyprus rejects torture claim against the Ministry of Defence

16/05/19

Seven members of Brick Court appointed to EHRC panel of counsel

10/04/19

Parent company can have a duty of care to victims of foreign subsidiary’s actions

26/02/19

Judge in Uber licence case not biased and did not fall into error

16/01/19

33 members of Brick Court appear in 12 of The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2019

28/11/18

BT challenge to pension indexation decision dismissed

05/10/18

More Brick Court barristers called to the Bar of Ireland

10/09/18

Ban on internet sales breaches competition law

12/07/18

Challenge to State aid for Hinkley Point C rejected by EU General Court

27/06/18

Chief Magistrate grants Uber London probationary licence

25/06/18

Competition Appeal Tribunal sets aside finding of abuse in CMA decision on excessive pricing

25/05/18

TfL may impose voice contact requirement for Uber and other private hire vehicle operators

09/01/18

Labour Party orders a re-run of Mayoral trigger ballot

11/12/17

Tim Johnston advises Independent Commission on the Future of Work

28/07/17

CAT overturns dark fibre access remedy

19/07/17

Supreme Court rules on important “unjust enrichment” principles

03/03/17

High Court rules in Uber judicial review

24/01/17

Supreme Court decides in landmark constitutional case that Act of Parliament is required to leave the EU

02/12/16

Article 50 ‘Brexit’ appeal

17/11/16

European Court of Justice gives judgment on licensing fees and the Services Directive

04/11/16

Divisional Court holds that Government cannot invoke Article 50 without Parliamentary authority

14/10/16

Five members of Brick Court instructed in landmark Article 50 case

06/05/16

European Court of Justice hands down tobacco judgment

16/10/15

Uber’s app is not a taximeter

14/10/15

Domestic Courts must redact to protect the Presumption of Innocence

06/10/15

David Anderson QC interviewed on the future of surveillance

02/10/15

Eight members of Brick Court Chambers appear before the CJEU at the same hearing

24/07/15

Mr Justice Peter Smith recuses himself from British Airways air-cargo case

12/06/15

Tim Johnston invited to speak on “legal issues affecting drones in defence and security”

11/06/15

Investigative Powers Report published

23/01/15

Two members of Brick Court appointed to Attorney General’s C Panel of Counsel

08/12/14

Bus company not obliged to require passengers to make way for wheelchair users

04/11/14

Administrative Court asks the Court of Justice of the European Union to rule on the validity of the Tobacco Products Directive

29/09/14

Competition and Markets Authority abandons proposal to cap prices in credit hire market

24/07/14

Human rights court upholds rendition and torture complaint against Poland

29/01/14

Opinion by Jemima Stratford QC and Tim Johnston makes front page of the Guardian

31/01/13

Supreme Court rejects unparalled expansion of legal advice privilege

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