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Kaim Todner Solicitors today won an Extradition Appeal in the High Court, against the decision to send Lucy Wright's case to the Secretary of State for the Home Department, who subsequently ordered her Extradition to Argentina.
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The Court of Appeal have refused leave to appeal the Eviction Order made against Occupy London SX.
The extradition of Christopher Tappin will take place on 24th February when Mr Tappin has to surrender to Heathrow Police Station at 9.30am.
The European Court of Human Rights has refused the application not to extradite Mr Tappin and therefore his extradition to America will take place within the next 10 days.
Following the High Court’s refusal to certify a point of law of public importance in the case of Christopher Tappin we now propose to issue an Application for Rule 39 Relief to the European Court of Human Rights.
Ryan Cleary is next at Southwark Crown court for his PCMH on 11th May.
There will be a Directions Hearing on Gary McKinnon's Extradition on Friday morning (27th January 2012).
The Judgement in the action brought by the City Of London against protestors occupying the area outside St Paul’s Cathedral will be handed down at the High Court on Wednesday 18th January at 2pm.
The High Court has today ordered the extradition of Christopher Tappin to America.
No further details at this time.
Karen Todner, Kaim Todner Managing director, has been named the third highest profile solicitor in the UK in a recent report.
A hearing date of 19th December 2011 has been set in the proposed eviction of the Occupy London protestors camped outside St Paul's Cathederal.
Karen Todner, MD of Kaim Todner Solicitors Ltd has taken over representation of the 'Occupy London' protestors replacing Bindmans.