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Masala Zone Limited v Golding (Valuation Office) – appeal against assessment of the rateable value.

Clive Moys represented Masala Zone Limited in its successful appeal against the Valuation Tribunal for England’s assessment of the rateable value of its restaurant in Marshall Street, Soho, which had, from the 1960’s until the assignment to Masala Zone, been the home of Cranks


In re Ralls Builders Ltd (No2) – Snowden J dismisses liquidators’ expenses claim

Christopher Boardman, instructed by Verisona Law appeared for the defendant directors in this case.


Radcliffe Chambers is shortlisted for Chambers of the Year- Exceptional Achievement at the Halsbury Legal Awards 2016

We are very pleased to have been nominated in the Chambers of the Year – Exceptional Achievement category at the Halsbury Legal Awards.


Kate Selway and Mark Mullen appointed as members of the Attorney General’s A Panel

Kate Selway and Mark Mullen have been appointed by the Attorney General to be Junior Counsel to the Crown (A Panel) with effect from 1st September 2016.


Radcliffe Chambers ranked in Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide

We are delighted to have been ranked in the inaugural edition of Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide with 17 of our Members ranked in the Chancery: Traditional practice area.


Radcliffe Chambers is shortlisted for Chambers of the Year at STEP Private Client Awards

We are delighted to be shortlisted in the ‘Chambers of the Year’ category for the second year running at the STEP Private Client Awards.


Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills v Sewa Singh Atkar: stay of a directors disqualification order

Mark Mullen appeared before Nugee J on the hearing of an application to lift the stay imposed on the disqualification order made in respect of Mr Atkar.


Michael Heywood

It is with great sadness that we have to announce the death on Monday 6th June of Michael Heywood.  He will be much missed by all who knew him.


Bullocks in the Court of Appeal

Bullock Orders  are designed to avoid the injustice that when a claimant does not know which of two or more defendants should be sued for a wrong done to the claimant, he can join them all and recover from the unsuccessful defendant the costs that have to be paid to the successful claimant. The application of the principles relating to such orders have just been reviewed by the Court of Appeal.


We have raised over £1,700 for the London Legal Support Trust!

Our team of walkers joined more than 10,000 lawyers in the London Legal Walk which took place on the 16th of May. We are delighted to have successfully raised £1,746.69 and we are extremely grateful to everyone who has donated and helped us to achieve this substantial amount.

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