Our team of walkers joined more than 8,000 lawyers in the London Legal Walk which took place on the 18th of May. We are delighted to have successfully raised £1,536.25 and we are extremely grateful to everyone who has donated and helped us to achieve this substantial amount.
Mark Mullen appeared for the Appellants in King v. The Chilterns Dog Rescue  EWCA Civ 581 before the Court of Appeal (led by Penelope Reed QC). The Court reversed the decision of Charles Hollander QC, sitting as a deputy High Court Judge in the Chancery Division (sub nom. King v. Dubrey  EWHC 2083 (Ch)), and declared that Vallee v. Birchwood EWHC 1449 (Ch) had been wrongly decided.
We are proud to announce that Mark West was one of the contributors to ‘Nelson’s Band of Brothers: Lives and Memorials’ (edited by Captain Peter Hore RN). Nelson’s Band of Brothers is a bibliographic encyclopaedia of the officers who fought under Nelson’s tactical command at his three great battles, chronicling all the captains of Nelson’s ships and describing in detail their social origins, their characters and their achievements, not only under his command, but also in their lives and service beyond.
Jonathan Edwards, Pupil at Radcliffe Chambers provides an overview of this event and the key findings.
Mark Mullen represented the Registrar of Companies before Nugee J inBank of Beirut and others v HRH Prince Adel El-Hashemite  EWHC 1451 (Ch). Three banks brought a claim for declarations and damages against the Prince and also claims for rectification of the register of limited partnerships maintained by the Registrar under the Limited Partnerships Act 1907.
Peter Dodge analyses recent cases and developments in IRHP mis-selling.
Camphill Village Trust maintains nine communities established on a model of “career volunteers” living with and supporting adults with learning disabilities, mental health problems and other support needs.
Francesca Quint appeared with Michael Humphreys QC of the Northern Ireland Bar for the appellant in the Bangor Provident Trust case in the Court of Appeal in Northern Ireland. Judgment has clarified the meaning in charity constitutions of the commonly-found words ‘to do anything incidental or conducive to the attainment of the objects’.
On 27 and 28 April, the Court of Appeal heard an appeal by NRAM plc against the judgment of Mr Justice Burton in NRAM plc v McAdam and Hartley.