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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.
We are pleased to announce that on 3rd November 2011, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom granted leave to appeal to the highest Court in the land in two of our European Arrest Warrant cases. More to follow…….
Karen Todner, Kaim Todner Solicitors Managing Director, was featured in The Independent newspaper today. Karen was asked to comment on the news that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange lost his extradition fight in the High Court.
We are delighted to announce that on 26 October 2011, we secured the discharge of two Chinese business people with no previous convictions, who had been arrested and detained in prison for 66 days, following extradition requests made by the Government of the United States of America.
Robert Clark and Christopher Drury, formerly officers of the Metropolitan Police, were finally vindicated today of allegations of corruption when the Crown Prosecution Service offered no evidence against them at the Old Bailey in relation to two alleged incidents of corruption in 1995.
Ryan Cleary’s case will now be heard for a Plea and Case Management Hearing on 27th January 2012 at Southwark Crown Court
The case of Ryan Cleary will only be listed for mention on Tuesday and will be ajourned to a later date (to be fixed).
Ryan Cleary is very relieved to have been granted bail yesterday and will go home to his mum, his cats and his books.
The Judgment in Mr Christopher Tappin's case was announced this morning. Mr Tappin's compelling evidence was not challenged in any way.
The mother of Gary McKinnon is to give evidence to MPs looking into the UK's extradition laws.
A judgement date of 27th January 2011 has been set in the case of Christopher Tappin after the hearing concluded at The City of Westminster Magistrates Court Today. Mr Tappin is fighting against extradition from the United Kingdom to the United States.
The Extradition of Eileen Clark to The USA is featured in an article appearing in The Sunday Telegraph of 4th September 2010.
The extradition proceedings against Christopher Tappin Commenced this morning at the City of Westminster Magistrates Court.