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7 Members join Radcliffe Chambers from 11 Stone Buildings

Radcliffe Chambers is delighted to welcome seven new members of chambers who will be joining us from leading commercial and insolvency set, 11 Stone Buildings.


Jonathan Edwards accepts an offer of tenancy following the successful completion of Pupillage

We are delighted to announce that Jonathan Edwards has accepted our offer of tenancy and will become a Member of Radcliffe Chambers when he completes pupillage on 7th October 2015.


Radcliffe Chambers ranked in the 2015 edition of Legal 500

We are delighted to be ranked in the most recent edition of Legal 500 with 29 of our Members ranked across 9 different practice areas.


Status of leases and sub-leases pending final determination of applications for relief from forfeiture

Following the recent decision in Freifeld v West Kensington Court Ltd [2015] EWCA Civ 806 in which the Court of Appeal granted a tenant conditional relief from forfeiture,


Josh Lewison is nominated in the 2015 Sydney Elland Goldsmith Bar Pro Bono Award

We are delighted to announce that Josh Lewison has been nominated in the 2015 Sydney Elland Goldsmith Bar Pro Bono Award.


The law of deathbed gifts

Mark Mullen‘s article on the law of donationes mortis causa has been published in Trusts and Trustees by Oxford University Press. It examines the nature of the doctrine and the current state of the law.


In good faith? Dov Ohrenstein writes for the New Law Journal

Dov Ohrenstein writes for the New Law Journal on the impact of the good faith doctrine on commercial contracts,


Nicholas Macklam returns to full time practice

We are delighted to welcome Nicholas Macklam back to full time practice following his recent appointment as a Judicial Assistant to the Court of Appeal.


Court of Appeal Judgment in NRAM plc v McAdam and Hartley [2015] EWCA Civ 751

The Court of Appeal gave judgment on 23 July 2015 allowing the appeal inNRAM plc v McAdam and Hartley [2015] EWCA Civ 751.  Malcolm Waters QC leading Patrick Goodall QC, appeared for NRAM on instructions from Ashurst LLP.


“Crossing the Line” – Advising on structured deposits

What duties do financial intermediaries owe if they “cross the line” by giving advice on products which are normally distributed under a mere “information regime”. This was the issue on a recent appeal in which Peter Dodge successfully appeared for the Respondent. The decision of Her Honour Judge Raeside in Anderson v Openwork Limited [2015] EW Misc B14 is available on BAILLI and is also the subject of an article on the FT Adviser website.

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