Matthew Weaver summarised Q2 company insolvency statistics in Economia, the member publication for ICAEW chartered accountants.
James Morgan QC has been appointed as a Deputy High Court Judge for a four year term until August 2023. He will act as a Deputy Judge of the High Court in the Chancery Division on the Midlands Circuit, while continuing in full time practice.
We are delighted to announce that Sophia Rogers has been shortlisted for Star Associate/Junior at the Chambers HNW Awards 2019. The Chambers HNW Awards celebrate leading lawyers within the private wealth sphere.
We are pleased to announce that Christopher Buckley has been appointed to the Attorney General’s London A Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown for a period of five years commencing 2 September 2019.
Radcliffe Chambers and 22 of its members have been ranked in Chambers HNW 2019, a directory of top professional advisers to high net worth individuals around the world.
Reuben Comiskey acted for the successful liquidators in Re MKG Convenience Ltd (in liquidation) Abdulali and others v NISA Retail Ltd, a recent case on liquidators’ ability to recover payments made after the presentation of a winding up petition.
We are pleased to announce that pupils Emma Loizou and Poppy Rimington-Pounder have accepted tenancy and will be joining chambers as full members on completion of their pupillage in October 2019.
Clive Moys contributed Part 2, “Rating, Council Tax & Appeals” to Encyclopaedia of Forms & Precedents Vol. 26(2) A Local Government & Rating.
Tina Kyriakides examined when it’s appropriate to make an application, under section 306 of the Companies Act 2006, for an order for either a shareholders’ meeting to be called or a shareholders’ meeting to be conducted, in a webinar with Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
Judgment has been given in R (on the application of Subramanian) v City of London Magistrates Court, a judicial review hearing in which the Administrative Court set aside a decision by City of London Magistrates Court made under s.17 Party Wall etc. Act 1996.