Keith Rowley QC and Piers Feltham (instructed by Slater & Gordon (UK) LLP) represented all the abuse claimants against the estate of Jimmy Savile on the appeal by its residuary beneficiary the Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust against the approval granted in February by Sales J of a scheme for addressing their claims without litigation and dismissal of the Trust’s application to remove the NatWest bank as executor.
We are delighted to announce that Josh Lewison has passed the California Bar Exam. Josh sat the July 2014 exam in Oakland, CA.
Malcolm Waters QC has provided pro bono assistance in the preparation of a new version of the National Housing Federation’s guidance to Housing Associations on consumer credit authorisation.
Malcolm Waters QC appeared for NRAM plc in NRAM plc v McAdam and Hartley  EWHC 4174 (Comm), in which judgment in the Commercial Court was handed down on 10 December 2014.
Stephen Acton secured a win in Bramston v Spooner, in which judgment was handed down by Chief Registrar Baister on 8th December
Mark Mullen appeared for HM Revenue and Customs on an appeal to the Chancery Division by Emma Hope, a well-known shoe designer.
Mark Mullen is currently writing a new edition of “Running A Charity”, published by Jordans, which will cover the legal, financial, regulatory and practical aspects of setting up and running a charity.
Robert Pearce QC and Nathan Wells have recently appeared for the University of London in University of London v Prag  EWHC 3564 (Ch), a 10 day hearing before Proudman J in which the Court was asked to construe the 1944 Trust Deed relating to the Warburg Library.
The Pensions Regulator today issued a press release and report under section 89 of the Pensions Act 2004 relating to five pension schemes to which sums exceeding £134 million had been transferred by more than 1,400 members.
Mark Mullen represented the Official Receiver, the respondent before the Court of Appeal on a second appeal brought by the appellant, Mr Spencer Michael. Mr Michael sought to overturn the decision of the Chief Registrar to make a bankruptcy restrictions order (‘BRO’) against him for a term of 8 years.