Robert Pearce QC is speaking at the Chancery Bar Association Jersey Conference on Thursday 17th October on “A trustee’s liability for transactions affecting a trust”.
Dov Ohrenstein appeared for the successful Defendants in this case which concerned a claim against a financial director for an account of his dealings with the Claimant companies’ money.
Our Chief Executive, Fiona Fitzgerald has been interviewed by the Law Society’s Women Lawyers Division discussing her career to date and the importance of female role models in the profession.
Amendments to the Consumer Credit Act 1974 introducing the open-ended concept of an “unfair relationship” came into force in 2007. Subsequent case law defining or limiting this concept has been sparse. Adding to the case law, the Court of Appeal has now considered the matter in the context of the exercise of a mortgagee’s power of sale. Graves v Capital Home Loans Ltd EWCA Civ 1297 (in which Peter Dodge appeared for the Respondent lender) concerned a buy to let mortgage.
We are delighted to be shortlisted for the clerking/ practice management award at the Legal 500 Bar Awards 2014
We are delighted to announce that Nicholas Macklam has joined Radcliffe Chambers following the successful completion of pupillage.
Two planning enforcement notice concerning the residential use of land have been quashed at a public inquiry. Clive Moys successfully represented the appellant to both appeals.
Radcliffe Chambers has appointed Charlotte Barrow as the new Business Development and Marketing Manager. Charlotte has been working in a marketing communications role across both the charitable and commercial sector. She has previously been delivering all marketing activities for a large Civil and Public Law set and is keen to utilise this experience at Radcliffe Chambers.
Judgment was handed down today in the case of Arcadia Group Limited v. Arcadia Group Pension Trust Limited, in which Keith Rowley QC and Elizabeth Ovey from Radcliffe Chambers appeared for the principal employer.
Mark Mullen appeared for the 15th to 21st Defendants in a claim in the Chancery Division concerning an alleged donatio mortis causa, or ‘deathbed gift’, and a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975. The judgment is available on BAILLI. Mark Mullen’s profile is available here.