Clive Moys contributed Part 2, “Rating, Council Tax & Appeals” to Encyclopaedia of Forms & Precedents Vol. 26(2) A Local Government & Rating.
Tina Kyriakides examined when it’s appropriate to make an application, under section 306 of the Companies Act 2006, for an order for either a shareholders’ meeting to be called or a shareholders’ meeting to be conducted, in a webinar with Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
Judgment has been given in R (on the application of Subramanian) v City of London Magistrates Court, a judicial review hearing in which the Administrative Court set aside a decision by City of London Magistrates Court made under s.17 Party Wall etc. Act 1996.
The Court of Appeal allowed an appeal by BIC U.K. against the part of the decision of Arnold J. in Burgess v. BIC U.K. Limited  EWHC 785 (Ch) by which the judge held that under the Bic UK Pension Scheme increases to pensions in payment at the rate of 5% or the increase in RPI if lower were validly granted from 1992.
Paul represents clients in business-critical commercial, company law and trusts disputes, which often involve transnational elements and allegations of fraud. He has extensive trial advocacy experience and his cases frequently start with urgent pre-emptive remedies. He is regularly instructed in international arbitrations.
Radcliffe Chambers is delighted to have won Chambers of the Year at the Legal Cheek Awards 2019. Thank you to those who provided feedback during the awards process, and to all our members and staff, whose hard work has led to our continued growth and success.
Judge McAllister has dismissed an adverse possession claim brought by Mr Brazil who claimed to have acquired title to valuable development land off Mile Cross Road, Norwich.
In Blue Manchester Ltd v North West Ground Rents Ltd  EWHC 142 (TCC) Edward Hicks, led by Paul Darling QC, acted as junior counsel for the successful claimant, which is the tenant and owner of the Hilton Hotel in the iconic Beetham Tower in Manchester.
James Morgan QC represented the successful claimant in Northampton Borough Council v Cardoza & Ors  EWHC 26 (Ch), a high profile case concerning £10.25 million of loans made by the council to Northampton Town Football Club and the conduct of defendants, as the former directors of the club, in relation to those loans. Following a 10-day trial, HHJ Barker QC found that the former directors had acted in breach of their fiduciary duty and were liable to compensate the council as assignee of the club.
In Various Claimants v Giambrone & AIG  EWHC 34 (QB), Shantanu Majumdar of Radcliffe Chambers (instructed jointly by Edwin Coe and Penningtons Manches) has secured an order from Mr Justice Foskett holding liability insurers liable under s 51 of the Senior Courts Act 1981 (non-party costs) for half of the claimants’ costs (at first instance) in suing Giambrone and other defendants for professional negligence.