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“Trust, not distrust”: Can Quincecare apply to cryptocurrency transactions on exchanges? – Article by James Morgan KC and Zachary Kell

James Morgan KC and Zachary Kell recently featured in LexisNexis Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law for their article on “Trust, not distrust”: Can Quincecare apply to cryptocurrency transactions on exchanges? Dive into this thought-provoking article exploring the intersection of trust and cryptocurrency exchanges. Download the full article here.

Ex gratia payments by charities and Campaigning by charities: an election year refresher

In this Junior Programme: Charities, Matthew Mills and Amber Turner present on ‘Ex gratia payments by charities’ and ‘Campaigning by charities: an election year refresher’. The presentation slides are available to download, here. The recording of the webinar is now available to watch on our YouTube channel, here: You can also listen to the webinar on The Radcliffe Chambers […]

CVAs and Restructuring Plans: A Comparative Introduction and Administration: Extending, Converting, and other Common Applications

In this Junior Programme: Restructuring and Insolvency, James Fagan and Piers Digby present on ‘CVAs and Restructuring Plans: A Comparative Introduction’ and ‘Administration: Extending, Converting, and other Common Applications’. The presentation slides are available to download, here. The recording of the webinar is now available to watch on our YouTube channel, here: You can also listen to the webinar […]

Commercial Insights Webinar Series – Mints v National Bank Trust – Sanctioned parties as claimants and the vexed question of “ownership and control” under the Russia Sanctions Regulations

In this episode of the Radcliffe Chambers Commercial Insights Webinar Series, Shantanu Majumdar KC and Chloe Shuffrey discuss: Litigation – What does Mints actually decide about the rights of designated parties in English litigation? – What are the practical implications for the conduct of litigation and on recognition and enforcement here and overseas? Ownership and/or […]

Commercial Litigation Conference 2024 Video

Earlier this month we held our inaugural Commercial Litigation Conference, co-chaired by James Morgan KC and Shantanu Majumder KC. Led by members of Radcliffe Chambers’ Commercial practice group together with industry experts, the conference covered a wide range of pertinent issues and trends faced by the business world today, providing clients and attendees with comprehensive and […]

Commercial Insights Webinar Series – Fraud Injunctions: 2023 Review

In this episode of the Radcliffe Chambers Commercial Insights Webinar Series, Simon Mills discusses the most important cases from 2023 at the heart of cutting-edge fraud litigation. Topics include the risk of not presenting the case fairly (Piroozzadeh v Persons Unknown & Binance), cross-undertakings in damages (Hunt v Ubhi), living and legal expenses (Invest Bank […]

Radcliffe Chambers: Pupillage and Tenancy

Members of Radcliffe Chambers’ pupillage committee, Fiona Fitzgerald (Chief Executive) Dawn McCambley, Matthew Mills, Daniel Thorpe, and John Clark (Head of Clerking), share what pupil barristers can expect from a career at the Bar with Radcliffe Chambers, including the high-profile and often international type of work they will be immersed in, how they will refine […]

Blessings: when worlds collide – Article by David Mohyuddin KC and Daniel Burton

For over 100 years, the English Courts have entertained applications by trustees for directions, including to bless proposed “momentous” exercises of powers. Recently, this jurisdiction has extended through judicial decisions to corporate office-holders. The jurisdiction has received increasing scrutiny, not least in relation to the vexed question of immunity, resulting in the Court of Appeal’s recent […]

Restructuring and Insolvency Conference 2023 Three Minute Video

Radcliffe Chambers’ Restructuring and Insolvency practice group is proud to present its Restructuring and Insolvency Conference 2023 in this three minute video. Led by members of Radcliffe Chambers’ Restructuring and Insolvency practice group together with industry experts, the conference covered a wide range of pertinent issues and trends faced by the business world today, providing […]

Top Cases of 2023: Insolvency and Private Client

In this Junior Programme: Top Cases of 2023: Insolvency and Private Client, Piers Digby and Robert Lee recap some of the top insolvency and private client cases over the last year and provide their insight on why these cases are so significant and highlight cases to watch out for in 2024. The presentation slides are […]