Elizabeth Ovey recently delivered a talk at the Annual Conference of the Association of Pension Lawyers. The talk explored some of the problems which arise when it turns out that for several years a pension scheme has been administered on the wrong basis.
Katie Longstaff appeared as second junior counsel for the successful Respondents/Cross-Appellants.
Dov Ohrenstein and Oliver Hilton represented the claimant and defendant respectively in Amstell v Fraser. The dispute involved genealogy and probate research firm Fraser & Fraser, which was once featured in BBC television series Heir Hunters.
Morgan J. has today given judgment in Lloyds Banking Group Pensions Trustees Ltd. v Lloyds Bank plc & Ors., which addresses the long-standing question whether contracted-out members’ benefits must be adjusted to reflect inequalities in their GMPs.
Chancery and commercial silk James Morgan QC has joined Radcliffe Chambers as an associate member.
Radcliffe Chambers is delighted to be nominated for Chambers of the Year at The British Legal Awards 2018, which will take place on 29th November.
We are delighted to announce that Matthew Mills has today become a full member of Radcliffe Chambers.
Clive Moys, instructed by Sarah Clarke, Solicitor to West Berkshire Council, successfully represented the local planning authority in a 5 day public inquiry heard in May before Inspector Joanne Burston BSc, MA, MRTPI.
We’re very pleased to be a finalist for Diversity & Inclusion Initiative of the Year (Chambers) at the UK Diversity Legal Awards, which will take place on 21 November.
Radcliffe Chambers is delighted to welcome private wealth barrister Charles Holbech as a new member of chambers.