On 6 December 2018 Morgan J. handed down his supplemental judgment in relation to Method D2, following his dismissal of the representative beneficiaries’ application for permission to appeal in Lloyds Banking Group Pensions Trustees Ltd. v Lloyds Bank plc & Ors..
We are delighted that Radcliffe Chambers and its members are shortlisted across four categories in The Legal 500 Awards 2019.
Kate Selway has successfully represented the Charity Commission before the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery) in an appeal brought by local allotment holder Pauline Densham, who sought to argue that the wording of two mid 19th century enclosure awards allotting land in Hughenden, Bucks “on trust for the labouring poor” did not create a charitable trust of allotment land.
Following his reserved judgment dated 26 October 2018, on 3 December 2018 Morgan J heard an application by the representative beneficiaries for permission to appeal on the issues of (i) methodology and (ii) forfeiture. This application was refused, the Judge holding that neither proposed ground of appeal had a real prospect of success.
Radcliffe Chambers is pleased to welcome leading commercial and chancery silk Avtar Khangure QC as an associate member. He is ranked in the top tier for commercial dispute resolution and restructuring/insolvency by Chambers UK Bar and Legal 500 Bar.
We are pleased to announce that HM the Queen has appointed Mark Mullen to be an Insolvency and Companies Court Judge with effect from 17th December 2018, based at the Rolls Building, Royal Courts of Justice.
Radcliffe Chambers is delighted to have won Diversity and Inclusion Initiative of the Year: Chambers at the UK Diversity Legal Awards 2018. The winning initiative is its student barrister experience programme organised in collaboration with Big Voice London.
Elizabeth Ovey recently delivered a talk at the Annual Conference of the Association of Pension Lawyers. The talk explored some of the problems which arise when it turns out that for several years a pension scheme has been administered on the wrong basis.
Katie Longstaff appeared as second junior counsel for the successful Respondents/Cross-Appellants.