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Piers Digby

Piers has experience of working with regulatory matters within the General Counsel’s Division of the Financial Conduct Authority, and has experience of appellate matters arising from County Court claims. Before becoming a tenant at Chambers, Piers read law at Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge, attaining a first-class LLM focused on international commercial litigation and trusts, […]

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Junior Programme: Litigation – 26th September 2019

Our Junior Programme event taking place on Thursday 26th September 2019 will focus on litigation. Our Speakers are: Nicholas Macklam – Alternative Dispute Resolution Matthew Mills – Oh give it up! Disclosure in 2019 Timings 17:30 – Registration and networking 18:00 – Presentation and questions 19:00 – Drinks and further networking 20:30 – Close Junior Programme […]

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Video: Radcliffe talks Real Estate: Buying a dud: fraud, negligence and misselling

In this webinar, Jeremy Cousins QC and Peter Dodge of Radcliffe Chambers, and Rob Hailstone of the Bold Legal Group, present an update on identity fraud, APP fraud, escalating ground rents and EWS1 forms. Radcliffe talks Real Estate is a series of short and informative webinars, offering a quick update on issues that matter. This […]

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Borwick Development Solutions Ltd v Clear Water Fisheries Ltd [2020] EWCA Civ 578

The Court of Appeal has given judgment in Borwick Development Solutions Ltd v Clear Water Fisheries Ltd [2020] EWCA Civ 578, in which Nathan Wells appeared for the successful Appellant/Defendant. The case arose from a sale by receivers of a commercial fishery in Lancashire which belonged to the Respondent (BDSL). The fishery included nine gravel […]

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Favourite Cases: Bernstein v Skyviews – Article by Catherine Doran

One of Catherine Doran‘s favourite cases is Bernstein v Skyviews, a 1970s dispute concerning trespass to airspace and privacy, which involves issues relevant to the current debate on drone use. Catherine says: “I have chosen this case that many will remember from their legal studies because we see 20th Century technology colliding with 13th Century […]