Category: Chambers News
28
May
20
We are pleased to announce that Simon Trigger has been appointed as a Fee-paid Judge of the First-tier Tribunal. He is assigned to the Health, Education and Social Care Chamber (Mental Health). ...

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22
May
20
In yesterday's weekly webinar, Ben Hicks and Andrew Spencer provided an overview of the basic principles and commonly-encountered issues with regard to employer's liability. If you missed it, you ...

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20
May
20
Maurice Rifat successfully resists an injunction application to prevent a burial. In O -v- O & others Mr Justice Fancourt on 12th May 2020 refused to grant an ...

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19
May
20
We are very pleased to announce that Andrew Spencer has been appointed by the LCJ to be a Deputy District Judge ...

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19
May
20
We are very pleased to announce that Jack Harding has been appointed by the LCJ to be a Deputy District Judge on the South Eastern circuit.

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15
May
20
In yesterday's weekly webinar, Zachary Bredemear and Justin Althaus revealed their four ways of winning an argument about the meaning of a contract. If you missed it, you can view the webinar here: ...

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12
May
20
In the first of our weekly webinars, Dominique Smith and

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05
May
20
Andrew Warnock QC and Maurice Rifat of 1 Chancery Lane are acting for the Respondent in Stoffel v Grondona to be heard in the Supreme Court today, a case concerning the operation of ...

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29
Apr
20
In the past few weeks some courts have moved back towards “business as usual” with increased use of video conferencing technology. Zachary Bredemear of 1 Chancery Lane acted for the successful ...

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20
Apr
20
Sarah Prager has written a chapter, The impact of travel claims and litigation in the UK, in the new book The Legal Impacts of COVID-19 in the Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Industry. You can view ...

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