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.
Grant Crawford and Peter Dodge provide a commentary on this recent Supreme Court decision.
David di Mambro was appointed a Chartered Arbitrator in June 2006 and has now been appointed to the new Presidential Property Dispute Service (PDS) Panel of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.