We are delighted to congratulate Josh Lewison on his admission to the Bar of California. While Josh will continue to practise from London, he is now able to offer advice in relation to Californian issues and to appear in the courts of California.
We are delighted to have been ranked in this years edition of Chambers and Partners with 36 of our Members ranked across 15 different practice areas.
Mark West writes on Adverse possession, illegality and land registration: the balancing of conflicting public policies in the latest issue of The Conveyancer. Please click here for further information regarding The Conveyancer
At a briefing event in the Rolls Building on 21st October, the Lord Chief Justice unveiled details of the new Financial List. Click below to read or download Peter Dodge’s short guide to the List’s jurisdiction and procedures.
Should the insolvency exemption on recoverability of success fees and insurance premiums come to an end? Adam Deacock looks at both sides of the argument in an article recently published on the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog
We are pleased to announce that Mark Mullen and Dawn McCambley have been admitted to the degree of Barrister-at-Law and Called to the Bar of Northern Ireland.
The Right Honourable Rhodri Viscount St Davids v Barry David Lewis (Trustee in Bankruptcy)  EWHC 2826 (Ch) was an appeal by Lord St Davids against a judgment of Registrar Barber. It is the first reported case to decide what “knowledge” means in section 309(1) of the Insolvency Act 1986. Tina Kyriakides acted for the successful trustee in bankruptcy.
Keith Rowley Q.C. appeared for the successful pension scheme trustees inDutton v. FDR Ltd., which raised an important issue of construction on members’ entitlement to increases to pensions in payment.