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James Morgan KC

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James is experienced in dealing with cross-border issues in commercial and insolvency litigation. He has recently appeared in the Privy Council on an appeal from the Eastern Caribbean CA (BVI) concerning the interaction of arbitration and insolvency law. He has previously appeared in the Gibraltar Court of Appeal and been involved in applications for recognition […]

Radcliffe Chambers Commercial Litigation Conference – Thursday 1 February 2024

Join us for the Radcliffe Chambers Commercial Litigation Conference 2024 on Thursday, 1st February 2024, 12:30 – 21:00 at etc.venues St Paul’s, 200 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4HD. Our Commercial Litigation Conference will be led by members of the Radcliffe Chambers Commercial Litigation practice group together with industry experts and will cover a wide range of […]

Terminating Contracts: Avoiding Traps and Pitfalls, and Late Registration and Rectification of Company Charges

In this Junior Programme: Commercial, Alexander Kingston-Splatt and Robert Lee present on ‘Terminating Contracts: Avoiding Traps and Pitfalls’ and ‘Late Registration and Rectification of Company Charges’. The presentation slides are available to download, here. The recording of the webinar is now available to watch on our YouTube channel, here: Please subscribe for notifications of new episodes. This webinar was […]

Christopher Boardman KC

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Clients interviewed by the legal directories describe Chris as “one of the brightest barristers we have encountered” and “definitely someone you want on your side in a difficult fight” (Chambers UK Bar 2020). He is ranked for his commercial, banking and insolvency practices, and is consistently singled out for the quality of his advocacy and […]

Kate Selway KC

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She has appeared in the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal and has a wealth of trial experience in the High Court. She also regularly appears in the first tier and upper tribunals in tax, charity and property appeals and in the Court of Protection. As a junior she was on the Attorney General’s A, […]

Mark Fell KC

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Over the last few years Mark has been involved in an array of substantial cases in venues from the High Court to the Court of Justice of the European Union. One day he might be arguing a technical customs law point in the Tribunal on behalf of HM Revenue and Customs with industry wide implications […]

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 […]