Osler v Osler  EWHC 1270 (Ch)
Dov Ohrenstein, instructed by Roythornes Solicitors appeared for the successful respondents in Osler v Osler  EWHC 1270 (Ch) in which HHJ Monty KC (sitting as a High Court Judge) handed down judgment today on the question of whether or not the court can entertain a renewed oral application for permission to appeal an arbitral […]
Peter Crampin KC
Jeremy Cousins KC
He has appeared in numerous leading cases, including the very important and well-known banking and solicitors’ breach of trust case AIB v Redler in the Supreme Court, the major, and very high value, banking dispute in Rosserlane v Credit Suisse and in Dreamvar v Mishcon de Reya, a landmark case on solicitors’ breach of trust and negligence in conveyancing transactions, […]
Radcliffe Chambers Junior Programme Schedule 2023
In 2023 we will be offering a variety of in-person events and webinars of our Junior Programme! Our in-person events will have a short talk hosted by our junior barristers and will be followed by drinks and networking. We will host talks on a range of topics spanning all of our practice areas so our […]
Keith Rowley KC
Avtar Khangure KC
He is recognised as an excellent advocate and adviser by both Chambers UK Bar and The Legal 500 UK Bar, and is the former Chairman of the Midland Commercial and Chancery Bar.
Limitation in Commercial Invoice Claims and ‘Heads of terms’, ‘subject to contract’ and other phrases in the making of legally binding agreements.
On Thursday 23rd March, Zachary Kell and Jamie Cockfield hosted a Junior Programme webinar on “Limitation in Commercial Invoice Claims and ‘Heads of terms’, ‘subject to contract’ and other phrases in the making of legally binding agreements.” Limitation in Commercial Invoice Claims Zachary discusses the recent judgment of the Court of Appeal in Consulting Concepts […]
Robert Pearce KC
Identity fraud: can a solicitor owe a duty of care to a non-client?
Jeremy Cousins KC and Peter Dodge (instructed by Mills & Reeve) appeared in the Court of Appeal for the Seventh Defendant, Rees Page, in Ashraf v Lester Dominic Solicitors  EWCA Civ 4, CA (having previously appeared for Mishcon de Reya in Dreamvar) UH exchanged contracts for the sale of his house to A. Unusually, […]
Pretoria Energy v Blankney Estates  EWCA Civ 482
Dov Ohrenstein, instructed by Roythornes Limited, was successful for the Respondent in the Court of Appeal: Pretoria Energy Company (Chittering) Limited v Blankney Estates Limited  EWCA Civ 482. The subject of the appeal was whether a signed document marked “Heads of Terms” but not marked “subject to contract” included a binding agreement for a […]