This year, instead of sending Christmas cards, we have made a Christmas charity donation to the Social Mobility Foundation.
Mark Mullen represented the Charity Commission for England and Wales before the tribunal on an appeal by Cambridgeshire Target Shooting Association (“CTSA”) against the decision of the Commission not to register it as a charity.
Stephen Acton has recently secured an indemnity costs order in the case of Browne v Swindon Borough Council against the local authority, following a successful claim for tree root damage suffered by the claimant’s house.
Simon Williams appeared for the successful appellant, Mansing Moorjani, whose claim for damages for breaches by his landlord of its covenants to insure the building and maintain the common parts had been rejected by the trial judge on the basis that he was not resident in the building for the periods in respect of which he claimed damages and could not therefore have suffered loss.
Christopher Boardman appeared for the successful Appellants in this case, in which the Court of Appeal has provided guidance on the principles applicable to the Court’s discretion, when making an order for the restoration of a dissolved company, to order that the period of dissolution should not count for limitation purposes: aka a ‘limitation direction’.
Wendy Mathers appeared for the successful appellant in this appeal from the Deputy Pensions Ombudsman concerning the construction of “business efficiency” in Regulation 19 of the Local Government Pension Scheme (Benefits, Membership and Contributions) Regulations 2007 (SI 2007/1166) (as amended).
Clive Moys represented Camden Council in proceedings to recover possession of Camden’s former district housing office
Malcolm Waters QC and Elizabeth Ovey acted as consultant editors for Parts 2 and 3 of this volume, which deal with Mutual Societies and co-operative and community benefit societies.
Radcliffe Chambers is thrilled to announce that we were awarded ‘highly commended’ as Chambers of the Year at the Modern Law Awards.
We are delighted to congratulate Josh Lewison on his admission to the Bar of California. While Josh will continue to practise from London, he is now able to offer advice in relation to Californian issues and to appear in the courts of California.