CWD Company Update

With Paul Coleman, Steve Foster and Laura Reeves all recently departing CWD for pastures new, the directors have decided to consolidate CWD’s operations within our Amersham office.  So as of 31st January 2020 the status of our office in Cheapside changed from being a trading office to a serviced office.  We will continue to use…

Announcement from Peter Coyle

After 27 years of full time fighting for my clients (and occasionally kung foo fighting too!) it’s time to make an announcement for change. From 1st November 2019,  I am reducing my working days at CWD to just two.  It’s time to give more time to my family (which at the moment they seem to…

ANDY GREEN v BETFRED – more media coverage

This High Court case, being managed at CWD by Peter Coyle and Paul Coleman, is attracting more media coverage.  This is Peter’s interview on BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s Breakfast Show yesterday morning.  Pay Up Betfred!

DAVID V GOLIATH – CWD helps Lincolnshire man take on the might of Betfred

Andy Green from Lincoln won £1.7 mill playing Blackjack on his Betfred account on 26 January 2018.  He was roundly congratulated by Betfred staff for days, but then faced the horror of hearing that a software malfunction meant that he had not won afterall.  Ten months later, Betfred has still not disclosed evidence of the…

Continuing success for CWD’s employment department

CWD’s employment department was delighted to hear about the re-instatement of Mark Phillips as an Academy coach at West Ham United FC. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46181440 Mark has been much maligned in the press but he did not deserve to be dismissed from his post and it’s gratifying and quite refreshing to see an employer reach the right…

Another success for the CWD Criminal Department

R v B – Isleworth Crown Court – Our client appeared for sentence, having earlier pleaded guilty to offences of racially aggravated harassment and criminal damage, following an incident on board an aircraft. At the initial hearing our client pleaded guilty to these offences. Despite strong submissions by defence counsel that the matter was suitable…