Joshua Winfield appeared for the executors in a case in the Chancery Division concerning the interpretation of a gift in a will to a charity where the charity had merged since the will.
Keith Rowley QC and Frances Ratcliffe recently appeared on behalf of the Pensions Regulator at a hearing before the Determinations Panel
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Francesca and Tom have been included in the list of the top 100 junior barristers practisting at the Bar of England and Wales, which was published by Chambers UK yesterday. The editorial comments as follows: Such is Francesca Quint’s standing in the charities sector that she is regularly asked to advise on reform in this area. She gave advice to the Tumim Committee of the NCVO in 2001 and was a member of NCVO’s Advisory Group on the Reform of Charity Law in 2011-12.
Mark Mullen represented the successful Appellants before the First-tier Tribunal (Charity) in a case concerning a challenge to a cy-près scheme made by the Charity Commission for a charity holding land and buildings which had been used for the purposes of a school from 1839 until the school’s closure in 2004.
Simon Williams represented the Claimants in Scott & Scott v Kennedys Law LLP & Vertex Law LLP before Mr. Justice Vos in the Chancery Division on the 16th November 2011.
Marcus Flavin appeared for the claimants in an application under the Variation of Trusts Act 1958 for the court’s approval of a variation of statutory trusts in favour of an infant arising on two successive intestacies.
Hedley Marten and Daniel Burton appeared for the First and Fourth Defendants respecitvely in the Claimant’s application to sell 17th century Haremere Hall, in Etchingham, Sussex, which is currently held in a family trust.
The Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber) has today released its decision in R (Independent Schools Council) v The Charity Commission for England and Wales and HM Attorney General v The Charity Commission for England and Wales  UKUT 421 (TCC).
The 2012 edition of Chambers UK, which was recently published, comments: “Radcliffe Chambers is a ‘supremely user-friendly set’ with reasonable charging rates and ‘barristers who are courteous and responsive.’ It is also blessed with clerks of high quality.