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The Legal 500 Bar Awards 2013

We are pleased to announce that Radcliffe Chambers have been nominated as Chambers of the Year, in the Traditional Chancery category of the inaugural Legal 500 Bar Awards.


Radcliffe Chambers ranked as a leading set by the new edition of the Legal 500

The recently published Legal 500 2013 comments that Radcliffe Chambers is noted for “the superb technical ability of its barristers” and that it is “crammed full of impressive experts, and has very professional and impressive clerks”.


Clarification on Non-EC Regulation Bankruptcy jurisdiction

Natalie Brown represented the petitioning debtors in the recently reported case of Re: Akaydin [2013] BPIR 539.  The claim raised a jurisdictional point in petitions presented by non-EC resident debtors for their own bankruptcy.


Charity Law Update

This Radcliffe Chambers Resource seminar by Robert Pearce QC,Francesca Quint and Joshua Winfield will cover the following topics:

  • The Equality Act 2010 and Charities
  • Official Reviews of Charity Law: The Review of the Charities Act 2006 and the PASC Review
  • A Review of Recent Case Law

Practical Property Points

This Radcliffe Chambers Resource seminar by Marie-Claire Bleasdale, Tom Beasley and Josh Lewison will provide practical guidance on difficult and urgent property problems as follows:


Nominations announced for the Chambers 100 UK Bar

We are pleased to announce that Keith Rowley QC, Francesca Quint and Thomas Dumont have been shortlisted for the Chambers 100 UK Bar, a ranking of the UK’s top 100 silks and top 100 juniors.


Leaving it all behind: some problems of gifts on death - 18th September

This Radcliffe Chambers Resource seminar by William Moffett and Mark Mullen will provide practical guidance (including an update on recent case law) on death bed gifts and on construing ambiguous provisions in wills.


Judgment in Gill v. GB Oils Ltd [2013] EWCA Civ 860

Josh Lewison appeared on behalf of the appellant in this Court of Appeal case concerning a summary judgment application relating to the enforcement of a guarantee.


Tom Dumont appointed as a judge for the STEP Private Client Awards 2013

We are pleased to announce that Tom Dumont has been appointed as one of the judges for this year’s STEP Private Client Awards.


Part II 1954 Act proceedings concerning substantial mixed use commercial premises

Following the settlement on 20th May of the Pt II 1954 Act proceedings between Travis Perkins and Camden London Borough Council concerning premises in West Hampstead, the site has now been brought to market with an estimated disposal value of £25 million, as reported recently in the Estates Gazette (6 July 2013).

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