Read part one of two casenotes by Mark West on the recently reported decision of the Court of Appeal in Rabiu (reported on 16th December) concerning what happens when one co-purchaser signs the contract for sale and the other does not.
The application window is still open to apply for pupillage at Radcliffe Chambers. Following another year of strong growth and fantastic recognition such as being voted STEP Private Client Awards 2016/17 Chambers of the Year, Chambers of the Year at the Halsbury Legal Awards and British Legal Awards Chambers of the Year 2016, we are awarding
Christopher Buckley, instructed by Gowling WLG (UK) LLP, acted for the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy seeking the winding up of Caledonian Commodities Ltd and Caledonian Ltd in the public interest.
We are absolutely delighted to have won Chambers of the Year at The British Legal Awards 2016.
Mark West presents his casenote of the recent decision in Croke concerning the attempted last minute issue of proceedings where the claimant’s agent was stopped by a security guard.
Frances Ratcliffe and Ben Fairhead from Pinsent Masons LLP will be leading a discussion forum on Donna- Marie Hughes v Royal London and recent developments with the Pensions Ombudsman at the APL Midlands Group Meeting on 24 November 2016.
Radcliffe Chambers, the leading Lincoln’s Inn barristers chambers, today welcomes Sophia Rogers as a new member. Sophia joins from leading chancery chambers, 3 Stone Buildings.
Daniel Burton, instructed by Thrings LLP, appeared for the successful Respondent in an appeal in the Chancery Division. Arnold J handed down judgment on 11 November 2016 of Mr Wise’s appeal against a determination of the Deputy Pensions Ombudsman that rejected his complaint of maladministration against the Respondent, Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada (UK) Ltd.
In an article published by LexisNexis, Elizabeth Ovey discusses pension rights for fee-paid judges.