Lady Brownlie v Four Seasons Holdings Inc  EWCA Civ 665;  PIQR P2;  CP Rep 40
On 21 June 2016 the Supreme Court granted Lady Brownlie permission to proceed with her cross-appeal in her claim against Four Seasons Holding Incorporated. Her cross-appeal is related to that part of her claim which the Court of Appeal declared she could not proceed with, namely her claims and that of the Estate of her deceased Husband, Sir Ian Brownlie QC,...
Court of Appeal rules that there is no prospect in the Cassley appeal
On Friday 8 July, the Court of Appeal finally determined (following a renewal of permission hearing -  EWCA Civ 711) that there can be no appeal against the decision of Mr Justice Coulson in the case of Cassley and Others v GMP Securities Europe LLP & Sundance Resources Ltd  EWHC 722 (QB), in which he dismissed the claim for damages...
Attorney General appoints Simon P G Murray as Junior Counsel to the Crown (A Panel)
Chambers is delighted to announce that the Attorney General has promoted Simon P G Murray to join the A Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown commencing on 1st September 2016.
London Legal Walk 2016
On Monday 16th May 2016 Team 1 Chancery Lane successfully completed the 12th London Legal Walk. Thank you to all those who generously donated, Chambers raised a total of £2478.75
Misfeasance claim against highways officer dismissed: Perma-Soil UK Ltd v Williams and Flintshire CC
HHJ Keyser QC, sitting in the Mercantile Court in Wales, handed down a judgment today dismissing a claim for misfeasance in public office against Mr Keith Williams, a senior street works engineer, and his employer, Flintshire County Council. The claimant company manufactured a product which could be mixed with material taken from the highway during the...
London Legal Walk 2016
On 16th May 2016 a team comprising of Members and Clerks from 1 Chancery Lane are taking part in the 12th London Legal Walk. This is a 10km “after work” sponsored walk to raise funds for free legal advice centres in and around London that help the poorest and most vulnerable people in the region.
Tenancy Announcement: Katie Ayres
We are delighted to announce that Katie Ayres has accepted Chambers invitation to join us on completion of her probationary tenancy. She will practice in all Chambers core areas.
Sellar-Elliott v Howling  EWHC 443 (QB)
Edward Bishop QC represented the Defendant in this potentially important decision on interim payments under Part 25 CPR. The case gives useful guidance (and serves as a warning) to defendants on their evidential obligations when defending applications for interim payments.
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