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08
Nov
21
The trickle of court decisions seeking to apply the decision of the Supreme Court in N v Poole BC [2019] UKSC 25, [2020] AC 780 continues.  On November 8th 2021, Stacey J

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08
Nov
21
As the team gathered round the 1CL bonfire, eyes cast heavenwards watching the 1CL liveried fireworks, we mused on the turning of another year. In no time at all Christmas will be upon us, with the ...

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05
Nov
21
In yesterday's webinar, David Thomson and Francesca O’Neill discussed date of knowledge, looking at how claimants should assess date of knowledge and present this in proceedings. They also looked ...

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01
Nov
21
We know it’s hard to imagine the team at 1CL as mindless zombies or bloodsucking creatures of the night, but we do love our annual Trick or Treat outing. And this week has seen plenty of Treats for ...

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27
Oct
21
What amount of damage is necessary before a claim for a data breach or of misuse of private information is actionable?   In TLT and others v The Home Office [2016] 2217 (QB), Mitting ...

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27
Oct
21
We are proud to see our clerks receiving such positive feedback in the latest Chambers UK Bar directory.  

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25
Oct
21
We had an excellent turnout for our Virtual Open Day last week, when barristers Paul Stagg, Ella Davis and Henk Soede, along with senior clerk Clark Chessis, spoke about life at 1CL and the Bar, as ...

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25
Oct
21
Regular readers will recall that the team was delighted, a couple of weeks ago, to report that 1CL has once again been nominated Barristers’ Chambers of the Year in the Personal Injury Awards 2021; ...

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20
Oct
21
On Thursday 19 October the Financial Conduct Authority announced that Credit Suisse had been fined £147m and undertaken to forgive $200m of debt owed to it by Mozambique following an investigation ...

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