Last summer, Peter Dodge was invited to deliver a paper on the subject of Lord Byron and the law to the 40th International Byron Conference (held at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia).
We are delighted to announce that Keith Rowley QC, Elizabeth Ovey, Thomas Dumont, Ulick Staunton and Dov Ohrenstein have been ranked in the latest edition of Chambers Global.
David di Mambro remains the Senior Contributing Editor to the Civil Court Practice (The Green Book), the latest edition of the Green Book which is published on the 31st March 2015. Other members of Radcliffe Chambers are editors of specialist text in volume 2 of the work
David di Mambro was a Member of the Civil Procedure Rule Committee (CPRC) 2003-2009, co-opted from 2009-2013 and Chairman of Part 36 Sub Committee 2011-2013. Upon standing down as co-opted member of CPRC, David remained a member of the Sub Committee.
We are glad to announce that Mark Mullen is the author of the fourth edition of “Running a Charity” published by Jordan Publishing.
The Minister of State for Civil Justice and Legal Policy has confirmed that the reforms to the operation of conditional fee agreements, which were scheduled to come into effect on 1st April 2015, have been suspended indefinitely.
The Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Draft Protection of Charities Bill has today published its report in which it backs proposals to give the Charity Commission more powers to ensure effective regulation of the charity sector.
We are pleased to announce that Francesca Quint, who is widely known as a specialist in charity law, contributed to the ITV Exposure programme Charities Behaving Badly.
In this article Mark West considers the recent decision of the Supreme Court in Scott v. Southern Pacific Mortgages Ltd  UKSC 52 which concerned the question of priorities in the unregulated sale and leaseback market.
Mark West (together with Giles Goodfellow QC of Pump Court Tax Chambers) (instructed by Wilsons LLP) represented the 1st defendant/Part 20 claimant in Fielden v. Christie-Miller  EWHC 87 (Ch) in which Sir William Blackburne has now given judgment.