On 4 May 2021, Mrs Justice Falk gave judgment on the claimants’ appeal against the decision of Deputy Master Linwood in Clitheroe v Bond  EWHC 1185 (Ch), in which he pronounced against two wills of the deceased on the basis of lack of testamentary capacity, amongst other things on the basis that the test […]
We are delighted to be shortlisted for Chambers of the Year at the upcoming Citywealth Magic Circle Awards 2021! We would be very grateful if you would consider supporting us by voting here. Citywealth’s Magic Circle Awards were established 16 years ago to highlight the excellence of the advisers and managers in the private wealth […]
We are delighted to announce that David Mohyuddin QC has been appointed as a Trustee of the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust. The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust is a national charity that supports young people aged 8-24 in rebuilding their confidence after cancer. It has supported over 2455 young people since it was founded in 2003 by Dame Ellen MacArthur DBE. […]
We are very proud to have been named Best Chambers for Quality of Work 2021 at the Legal Cheek Awards last week. Thank you to those who provided feedback during the awards process, and to all our members and staff, whose hard work has led to our continued growth and success. Click here for more information about […]
Christopher Buckley was invited by Competition Laws to discuss the High Court’s first competition disqualification order, having acted for Michael Martin, the defendant, in the proceedings. The case is a first for the real estate sector, focusing on the CMA’s exercise of its power to seek director disqualifications. Subscribers can read the piece here.
James Morgan QC was invited by PLC Magazine to comment on the impact of Brexit on international commercial litigation. Will London continue to be the international centre? Subscribers can read the piece here.
James Morgan QC and Steven Barrett were invited by Legal Week to consider the impact that Brexit will have on commercial litigation. With the landscape now changed, could arbitration become more appealing? Subscribers can read the piece here.
Catherine Doran, led by George Bompas QC, acted for 5 of the former trustees of Kids Company, including its chairman Alan Yentob. The charity went into insolvency in 2015 after what turned out to be unfounded allegations of sexual abuse hit the press on the day that the Cabinet Office made a £3 million grant […]
Radcliffe Chambers has been rated A* for its quality of work and quality of training in Legal Cheek’s most recent Junior Barrister Survey. It is one of only six sets to achieve the top rating in both areas. You read the full article here. Radcliffe Chambers was the Legal Cheek Chambers of the Year in […]
Sophia Rogers acted for the successful appellants in Re Brunt (deceased), an appeal concerning duplicate wills which did not emerge until over 10 years after the deceased’s death. The respondent is seeking to propound the wills as the valid wills of the deceased. The appellants allege that the wills are forged and/or not duly executed […]