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Gordon Nurse

His advice in sporting matters include the drafting of club constitutions, the obtaining of charitable status by organisations concerned with sport, as well as the drafting and enforcement of disciplinary regulations. He was a member of the Hockey Jury of Appeal at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics.

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Elizabeth Ovey

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 […]

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‘Service Charge 101’ and ‘Residential Repossessions: A Practical Refresher’ – Junior Programme: Property

Join us for Junior Programme: Property webinar presented by Natalie Pratt and James Fagan on Thursday, 13 May 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Natalie will present an introduction to, and overview of, service charges and related disputes. James will present a refresher on obtaining repossession of residential leasehold properties and enforcing possession orders. Junior Programme events are aimed at recently qualified lawyers and […]

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Piers Feltham

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 […]

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‘Break clauses and Capitol Park Leeds Plc v Global Radio Services Ltd’ and ‘Interfering with easements’ (Radcliffe talks Real Estate)

In this webinar, Marie-Claire Bleasdale reviews the law applicable to break clauses and break notices and the recent Court of Appeal decision on whether a tenant’s break notice was effective in Capitol Park Leeds Plc v Global Radio Services Ltd [2021] EWCA Civ 995. Matthew Mills discusses what amounts to an actionable interference with an […]

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Howard Smith

His contentious commercial work involves contractual disputes, banking, insurance, third party costs and insolvency. His non-contentious commercial work includes drafting commercial contracts, security documents and overage agreements. He is the Consulting Editor of the “Deeds and other Instruments” volume of “Halsbury’s Laws” (2019). Howard also specialises in private client work, including Court of Protection, probate […]

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Roger Mullis

He appears regularly in the Court of Appeal, the Business and Property Courts of the High Court (before judges and masters), the Family Division (in family provision cases), in county courts and in the Court of Protection, the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chambers) and the Land Registry and Leasehold Property Tribunals.