James Morgan KC and Zachary Kell were recently featured in LexisNexis Corporate Rescue and Insolvency for their corporate insolvency case report on Hunt v Singh  EWHC 1784 (Ch). Read the full article, here.
On 7 September 2023, Steven Barrett gave evidence before the House of Commons Bill Committee on the upcoming Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill. The Committee was taking evidence as part of its inquiry into how the bill would operate in relation to International Law. Steven was invited to give evidence answering the concerns of […]
In this webinar Matthew Tonnard speaks on the topic of Vesting Orders. In particular, Matthew discusses what happens to property held by a company when it is struck off from the Companies Register, the implications of property being disclaimed by the Crown and the procedural routes by which property may be “vested” in an individual. […]
After setting out what will be changing under the new regime, in this webinar Dov Ohrenstein and Louis Grandjouan explore some of the more troublesome areas and the tactical considerations which the changes give rise to. Please find the presentation slides, here. Recorded on 27th July 2023. If you did not receive an invitation to […]
In this article published by COUNSEL, Clive Moys discusses why it matters whether a barrister is in rateable occupation of their room in a set of chambers, or chambers is held to be in rateable occupation. Read the full article here.
In this case commentary, James Morgan KC comments on the judgment handed down by the Supreme Court in Brake and another v Chedington Court Estate Ltd (UKSC 2021/0010)  UKSC 29. This article was published by LexisNexis. Subscribers can read the full article here.
Dov Ohrenstein, instructed by Richard Loney of Loney Stewart Holland LLP, successfully represented James Turner, the Defendant and Petitioner, at the recent High Court trial in the matter of Samuda v Turner and 360 Private Travel Ltd. You can read the full article here.
Chaired By David Mohyuddin KC and Daniel Burton, who both appeared on behalf of the successful respondents in the Court of Appeal in Denaxe Ltd v Cooper & Rubin  EWCA Civ 752, this talk includes a discussion of the decision and the practical implications for trustees and officeholders who might seek the court’s approval for something they […]
Thomas Dumont features in the most recent edition of ThoughtLeaders4 Private Client Magazine issue 11. The article titled ’60-seconds with Thomas Dumont KC’ can be found here.
In this article published in TL4 Disputes Magazine issue 9, Zachary Kell and Alexander Kingston-Splatt discuss the recent case of Lonestar Communications Corporation v Kaye  EWHC 421 and look at three particular areas of interest from the judgment, namely (i) the treatment of Liberian law and the approach taken by the Court in determining […]