Oliver Sanders QC and Dominic Ruck Keene analyse Big Brother Watch & Others v UK in the latest issue of Counsel Magazine - Nov 2018
As a former Regular Army officer he has a particular interest and expertise in cases involving the military and national security issues. Dominic is security cleared.
He has been instructed by the MOD in a number of cases brought on behalf of injured or killed servicemen alleging breach of their Article 2 rights. Dominic was led by David Evans QC in the lead test cases for the application of negligence to combat operations following the decision of the Supreme Court in Smith & Ors v Ministry of Defence (No 2) regarding the extent of the MOD’s duty of care under Article 2 to soldiers on operations.
Dominic represents serving and former service personnel in service complaints and civil claims brought against the MOD.
Dominic has also represented individual claimants (and their families) in a number of claims brought against a variety of state bodies alleging breach of their Article 2 and Article 3 rights.
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1COR members featured in the latest AvMA Newsletter - Apr 2018
The Liability of Private Hospitals and Clinics - Feb 2018
Dominic Ruck Keene acted for the family in an inquest into the death of Richard Handley - Feb 2018
Dominic Ruck-Keene appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel - Feb 2018
Dominic Ruck Keene in inquest into death of a prematurely discharged patient - Jan 2018
Dominic Ruck Keene acting for White Flowers Alba at IICSA - Nov 2017
1COR Hosts 2017 Court of Protection Conference - Sep 2017
Alasdair Henderson appears in high-profile M4 Relief Road inquiry - Mar 2017
UK Human Rights Blog is pick of best legal bloggers by The Times - Feb 2017
Paterson case listed in The Lawyer top 20 cases for 2017 - Jan 2017