Year: <span>2017</span>
29
Nov
17
Chambers is pleased to announce that the Corporate Intl Magazine has announced its Global Awards for 2017 and John Ross QC. has been awarded “Professional Negligence Barrister of the Year in England

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29
Nov
17
Andrew Goodman has been invited to become a Senior Mediation Expert of the Mainland-Hong Kong Joint Mediation Center where he will undertake cross-border commercial mediation. This is in addition to ...

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29
Nov
17
The law normally exists to give certainty about the effect of a person's intentions. Nowhere is that more important than in the realm of wills and properties, where wills are construed in accordance ...

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29
Nov
17
Simon Readhead QC follows John Ross QC, who held the role for more than ten years. On taking up the role, on Monday 9th October 2017, Simon said: “Over the past ten years my predecessor, John ...

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29
Nov
17
Following strong rankings in this year’s Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 rankings, we are delighted to have been mentioned as one of the ‘chambers solicitors [were] most impressed with’, for ...

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29
Nov
17
If trustees or executors intend to take or defend Court proceedings in relation to the exercise of their powers and duties, they are strongly advised to make a Beddoe application (Re Beddoe [1893] 1Ch ...

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29
Nov
17
The Court of Appeal last week reserved judgment in a case with significant ramifications for claims against local authorities for failure to protect children. The issue was whether the decision in ...

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29
Nov
17
1 Chancery Lane has, once again, been recognised in the Legal 500 as one of the leading UK sets across core areas of Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury, Professional Negligence, Police Law and ...

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29
Nov
17
Laura Johnson has successfully defended a claim for delayed diagnosis of cancer and alleging failures in the administrative system of an NHS Trust, said to have led to the death of a young mother from ...

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29
Nov
17
The Court of Appeal has concluded, in an appeal from a decision on a judicial review, that the ECHR art.3 and art.5(1) rights of an offender serving a sentence of imprisonment for public protection ...

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