Members of Chambers edit or contribute to a number of leading textbooks. They also write articles for relevant legal journals, with recent examples as follows:
Dov Ohrenstein considers the significance in the Supreme Court’s decision in Thevarajah v Riordan  UKSC 78 which addressed the question of whether belated compliance with an unless order could amount to a material change in circumstances for the purposes of setting aside a refusal to grant relief from sanction.
This release includes a re-issue of the chapter on unfairness in consumer contracts to cover the decision in Plevin and the impact of changes in the law on unfair terms resulting from the Consumer Rights Act 2015 and recent decisions of the CJEU.
Henry Day has been interviewed by LexisPSL Pensions on the decision in Re BCA Pension Plan  EWHC 3492 (Ch). “Setting things straight on rectification proceedings”
Francesca Quint has provided a commentary on this Bill and its key clauses
Dov Ohrenstein analyses this judgment. “Last week’s decision of the Supreme Court in Marks & Spencers v BNP Paribas  UKSC 72 should be of interest to anyone considering the question of how and when a court will imply terms into contracts.”
Dov Ohrenstein commentates. The Supreme Court this week handed down judgment in Eclairs Group Ltd v JKX Oil & Gas plc  UKSC 71 concerning directors’ powers under sections 793-797 of the Companies Act 2006 which provide that a company can issue a disclosure notice calling for information about persons interested in its shares and can restrict the exercise of rights attaching to shares in the event of non compliance
On the 23rd November 2015 Clive Moys presented the City of Westminster and Holborn Law Society’s Annual Nigel Mayhew Lecture on “Has the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 stood the test of time?”
Off the back of his successful involvement in the case of Various Claimants v Giambrone & others  EWHC 1946 (QB) – the Professional Negligence Bar Association asked Shantanu Majumdar to speak at their Annual Lawyers’ Liability Conference last month on one aspect of this many-faceted case.
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.
Anyone involved in cases concerning the tracing of assets will be interested in Durant v Brazil  UKPC 35, a recent decision of the Privy Council. In this article Dov Ohrenstein examines this case and its impact on future cases.