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London International Disputes Week

We are delighted to be members of London International Disputes Week (LIDW) which starts on 3 June. The week kicks off with Arbitration Day, click here to sign up: The main conference takes place on 4 June, there are still some tickets, but they are selling fast so click here to book your place: […]

Pensions Law & Practice 2023: Shaping New Developments into Solution-Focused Answers for Clients – Thursday 23 November

On Thursday, 23rd November, Keith Rowley KC and Wendy Mathers will be speaking at Pensions Law & Practice 2023: Shaping New Developments into Solution-Focused Answers for Clients. In light of recent case developments, Keith will discuss the unresolved issues over benefit arrears and correction exercises, particularly concerning limitation, forfeiture, and payable interest. Wendy will explain […]

Elizabeth Ovey

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Elizabeth is a part-time judge of the Upper Tribunal, which gives her an additional insight into the tribunal side of the Courts and Tribunals Service, which now encompasses financial services, pensions and charity matters. Elizabeth is regularly involved in advising in connection with and attending mediations in her areas of practice. She is ranked as […]

Newell Trustees Ltd v (1) Newell Rubbermaid UK Services Ltd & (2) Ian Putland

On 23 January 2024 Mr Justice Michael Green handed down judgment in this case concerning the former Parker Pension Plan, the assets and liabilities of which were transferred to the Newell Rubbermaid UK Pension Scheme (“the Scheme”) in 2007. The case was a Part 64 application by the sole trustee of the Scheme, seeking directions […]

Piers Feltham

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The spectrum of his practice is such that at different times he has legally advised the Conservative Party, the Labour Party, the Liberal Democrat Party, the Communist Party of Great Britain, the Workers’ Revolutionary Party and the Muslim Council of Great Britain, and his pro bono work includes helping the “Ad Hoc” group of zoologists […]

Are leveraged LDI strategies lawful? How the courts would construe reg 5 of the OPSRs? – Article by Keith Rowley KC and Elizabeth Ovey

In the article, ‘Are leveraged LDI strategies lawful? How the courts would construe reg 5 of the OPSRs?’, written for Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, Keith Rowley KC and Elizabeth Ovey consider whether repos constitute borrowing within reg 5 of the Occupational Pension Schemes (Investment) Regulations 2005 and offer some reflections on […]

Radcliffe Chambers ranked as a leading set in Chambers UK Bar 2024

We are delighted to be recognised as a leading set by Chambers UK Bar 2024, achieving 72 individual barrister rankings, which includes 2 star individuals, 21 new and improved, and 1 up and coming. Radcliffe Chambers has been recognised for its expertise in 14 practice areas (listed below), which includes a tier 1 ranking for […]

Untangling encroachment and adverse possession (Radcliffe talks Real Estate)

Favourite Cases: Parker v British Airways Board - Article by Natalie Pratt

In this Radcliffe talks Real Estate webinar, Edward Hicks will explore the doctrine of encroachment by which tenants may obtain rights in their landlord’s or third party land beyond the extent of the demised premises, in particular in the context of a cynical land grab by the tenant. The discussion will include: • How the doctrine generally operates in […]