Nick Ramsay AM v Paul Davies AM (unreported) High Court 
Successful challenge to the lawfulness of the Conservative Party’s action against a prominent AM
Philip has also been instructed counsel for the Shirley Oaks Survivors Association.
Pipe v DPP  EWHC 1821 (Admin)
Successful Case Stated application. Philip acted on behalf of the successful Applicant in the High Court and previous defence counsel defending a speed more than 100 mph on the basis of the defence of necessity. This is now the leading authority in relation to necessity and duress of circumstances.
Stevenson & Ors v Southwark EWHC 108 (QB)
Represented the former manager of Jessy J. A five-week trial of Misfeasance in Public Office against allegedly corrupt and misfeasant Planning Officers (against Lord Faulks QC).
Watson v National Taxation Team EWHC 3962 (QB)
Judicial Review on the amount solicitors and counsel should be paid for privately paying successful criminal defences. This arose out of a successful privately paying accountant who had been accused of assault by a sister of a Senior Crown Prosecutor. Abuse of process proceedings were pursued, a District Judge recused himself (accordingly) and the Defence was successful (led by Yvonne Coen QC).
007 Stratford Taxis v Stratford on Avon  EWCA Civ 160
Successful resistance in the Court of Appeal to a challenge by way of Judicial Review of the Local Authorities Policies relating to Disabled Taxi access with David Lock QC.
Stratford Upon Avon v Dyde  EWHC 2011 (Admin)
Successful defence of a Case Stated hearing on behalf of the Prosecuting Licensing Authority as to the correct fares to be charged when a Taxi is also a Hackney Carriage. Complex matter as to whether a criminal offence could arise based on a conflict in relation to the contractual price and the displayed meter (put simply).
Melton v Uttlesford (R on the Application of Melton)  EWHC 2845
This is a case that Philip ran from pupillage. It went from the Licensing Committee, Magistrates’ Court, Crown Court and then into the High Court in a rolled-up Case Stated and Judicial Review procedure’. It involved a Taxi driver who lost his licence to drive in accordance with an (argued unlawful and strictly) applied policy relating to Stansted Airport. Instructed by Tim Gir of Sanders Witherspoon LLP.