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Members of Chambers edit or contribute to a number of leading textbooks. They also write articles for relevant legal journals, with recent examples as follows:

The availability of the unfair prejudice remedy for activist shareholders of public companies

Martin Ouwehand reviews the decision in Kingboard, a key judgment for those concerned with the rise of shareholder activism in relation to publicly listed companies both in the UK and elsewhere.

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Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016

Francesca Quint provides an overview of the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016

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What constitutes permitted political activity for charities in the EU debate?

Following conflicting guidance from the Charity Commission and OSCR on the EU referendum, Francesca Quint outlines her legal opinion for Civil Society on what charities can and cannot say.

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Onwards and upwards? Can the government effectively increase housing supply in London through upwards extensions?

Clive Moys speaks to Lexis PSL about cases which involve extensions to houses and their roofs can often generate controversy, planning enforcement action and strongly held views.

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Actual loss must be shown for a successful wrongful trading claim

Mark Mullen considers the case of Re Ralls Builders Ltd for Lexis PSL.

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"Good forum shopping": the scheme jurisdiction and Re Codere Finance (UK) Ltd

Martin Ouwehand explores the issues in Re Codere Finance (UK) Ltd for Lexis Nexis Restructuring and Insolvency.

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'A sporting chance' Is there right to use sporting & recreational facilities, asks Mark West

Mark West contributes to the latest edition of the New Law Journal.

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'Auto-enrolment—guidance on when travelling workers are considered based in Great Britain' Henry Day is interviewed by LexisPSL Pensions.

The following interview given by Henry Day to LexisPSL Pensions examines the recent case of R (on the application of Fleet Maritime Services (Bermuda) Ltd) v Pensions Regulator [2015] EWHC 3744 (Admin) and the territorial scope of the Pensions Act 2008.

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No Relief From the Supreme Court

Dov Ohrenstein considers the significance in the Supreme Court’s decision in Thevarajah v Riordan [2015] UKSC 78  which addressed the question of whether belated compliance with an unless order could amount to a material change in circumstances for the purposes of setting aside a refusal to grant relief from sanction.

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