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Budd’s Plantation, Aldermaston, Reading – appeal dismissed, appellant’s full and partial costs applications refused

Clive Moys, instructed by Sarah Clarke, Solicitor to West Berkshire Council, successfully represented the local planning authority in a 5 day public inquiry heard in May before Inspector Joanne Burston BSc, MA, MRTPI.


Radcliffe Chambers Student Barrister Experience Programme shortlisted for UK Diversity Legal Awards

We’re very pleased to be a finalist for Diversity & Inclusion Initiative of the Year (Chambers) at the UK Diversity Legal Awards, which will take place on 21 November.


Radcliffe Chambers welcomes private wealth barrister Charles Holbech

Radcliffe Chambers is delighted to welcome private wealth barrister Charles Holbech as a new member of chambers.


Radcliffe Chambers nominated for Company/Insolvency Set of the Year, Chambers Bar Awards 2018

We are delighted to be nominated for Company/Insolvency Set of the Year at the Chambers Bar Awards 2018.


Judgment of the Court of Appeal in Lehtimäki v The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (UK) and others [2018] EWCA Civ 1605

Mark Mullen appeared for HM Attorney General before the Court of Appeal in Lehtimäki v The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (UK) and others [2018] EWCA Civ 1605.


Court of Appeal hands down judgment in British Airways pension scheme litigation

Keith Rowley QC and Henry Day acted for the Trustee of the Airways Pension Scheme in British Airways’ appeal against the first instance decision of Mr Justice Morgan ([2017] EWHC 1191 (Ch)).


Day trader sues after making €10 million on “dummy” trades: Peter Dodge comments for the Wall Street Journal

In a bizarre claim brought in France, a seemingly inexperienced day trader is suing a UK authorised brokerage for profits made by building up a $5 billion position in US equity futures on what he initially believed to be a ‘demo’ trading platform.


HHJ Roger Cooke – Former Head of 11 New Square

Radcliffe Chambers is sad to mark the passing of a much-loved former head of chambers, Roger Cooke. Roger had a heavy practice in the core private client and property areas of chambers, specialising particularly in probate actions.


Charles Woodeson and Christine Woodeson v Credit Suisse (UK) Limited [2018] EWCA Civ 1103

Christopher Boardman successfully argued before the Court of Appeal on behalf of the Respondent that a Judge sitting in the Mercantile Court in Bristol had not erred in granting summary judgment to a bank in respect of a cross-claim for damages brought by mortgagors for negligence and breach of statutory duty following a possession order made against a property.

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