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Attorney General v Zedra Fiduciary Services (UK) Ltd & Ors [2020] EWHC2988 (Ch)

Robert Pearce QC and Daniel Burton acted for the successful first defendant in Attorney General v Zedra Fiduciary Services (UK) Ltd [2020] EWHC 2988 (Ch). The case concerned the National Fund, a charity set up in 1928 by a donor of £500,000 with the aim of investing and accumulating the income of the fund until […]

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Late claims under the IPFDA 1975 – Talk by Kate Selway QC for White Paper

Kate Selway QC recently spoke on video at this year’s White Paper, Wills & Probate conference. In the video, Kate discusses Cowan-v-Cowan, Re Bhusate and late claims under the IPFDA 1975. Kate answers questions such as when is it safe to distribute an estate given that an out of time claim is possible, whether you enter into […]

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Radcliffe Chambers ranked as a leading set in Chambers UK Bar 2021

We are delighted to be ranked as a leading set in Chambers UK Bar 2021, with three new individual barrister rankings. Radcliffe Chambers is recognised for its commercial and traditional chancery, charities, Court of Protection, pensions, professional negligence, real estate litigation and restructuring/insolvency practices, with leading individuals ranked for commercial litigation, company, consumer law and […]

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Radcliffe Chambers takes award-winning student experience programme online

Yesterday evening saw the final session of Radcliffe’s 2020 sixth-form barrister experience programme, hosted in collaboration with leading legal youth organisation, Big Voice London. Following on from our successful student barrister experiences in 2018 and 2019, both of which were hosted at our offices in Lincoln’s Inn, we were delighted to have the opportunity to […]

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Buying patterns and the future of the Bar

We are delighted to launch “Buying patterns and the changing role of the Bar”, our new report in collaboration with The Lawyer. In what is far from a simple time, the report has a simple premise at its heart: What is the role of the Bar in modern business disputes and is this role changing? […]

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Business as usual at Radcliffe Chambers

We are now working both from chambers and remotely to ensure we continue providing a safe and seamless service to our clients, in line with the current government guidance. 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 […]