Christopher Boardman QC and Katie Longstaff acted for the successful trustees in bankruptcy in Lau v Cowley & Anor  EWHC 2429 (Ch), the first reported case on the service requirements in schedule 2, CBIR. Mr Justice Fancourt held that the Court had the power to retrospectively sanction steps already taken to serve a recognition […]
We are pleased to announce that pupil James Fagan has accepted tenancy and will be joining chambers as a full member on completion of his pupillage in December 2020. James accepts instructions across all of chambers’ key practice areas. You can view his profile here.
Lauren Kreamer acted for the successful Respondent in yesterday’s hearing in the High Court in Manchester, in an application for an interim injunction restraining the Respondent, Panorama Magic General Contracting LLC, the ultimate majority owner of Charlton Athletic Football Club, from selling its shares in the club’s parent company. The matter garnered significant public interest, resulting in […]
Commercial silk David Mohyuddin QC has joined Radcliffe Chambers as a full member. David was called to the Bar in 1999 and took silk in 2016. He specialises in commercial litigation, involving insolvency, allegations of fraud, asset tracing, professional negligence, company law and shareholder disputes. His recent work includes successfully defending an insolvency practitioner accused […]
We are delighted to announce that Robert Pearce QC has been shortlisted for Advocate of the Year in the STEP UK Private Client Awards 2020/21. We are very proud of Robert’s achievement and look forward to the Virtual Awards Ceremony taking place on 9 December 2020. You can view Robert’s profile here.
James Morgan QC acted for the successful second defendant in Uavend Properties Inc v Adsaax Ltd & Vistra Trust (Singapore) PTE Ltd  EWHC 2073 (Comm), a novel economic loss case concerning whether a trust company procured a breach of contract by its subsidiary, or was vicariously liable for the acts of its employee, the […]
We are delighted to be recognised as a leading set for traditional chancery private client work in Chambers High Net Worth 2020. Our client feedback includes: “They are a pleasure to work with… They’ve got a really down-to-earth group of barristers.” “A real leading set for Inheritance Act claims.” “The set has excellent service and […]
We are pleased to announce that pupil Natalie Pratt has accepted tenancy and will be joining chambers as a full member on completion of her pupillage in October 2020. Natalie accepts instructions across all of chambers’ key practice areas. You can view her profile here.
Dawn McCambley successfully obtained an Extended Civil Restraint Order against the Respondent (the “ECRO Application”), pursuant to paragraph 3.1 of PD 3C. You can read the full judgment here. The ECRO Application was made within insolvency proceedings commenced by the Respondent to set aside a statutory demand served on him by the Applicant. It also […]
As courts begin to transition to hybrid and in-person hearings, Radcliffe Chambers is taking steps to reopen its offices and continue to provide as comprehensive a service as possible. Our priority remains the safety of our employees, barristers and clients, and we have taken stringent measures to ensure that our people are able to return […]