The Court of Appeal permits recovery of success fees even if pre LASPO CFAs have been subsequently transferred
Nicola Rushton and James White consider the issues resolved and the issues remaining following the Supreme Court’s decision.
Spike Charlwood provides an overview on the recent Court of Appeal judgment relating to security for costs and ATE policies
Hailsham Chambers is shortlisted for Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Set of the Year and Jane Tracy Forster is shortlisted for Junior of the Year.
The photo album from the evening is live!
A partly successful professional negligence claim in which a host of legal issues that regularly crop up are addressed.
David Pittaway QC was a special guest, as Master Treasurer of the Inner Temple, whilst Theo Barclay attended as a Pegasus scholar.
We are proud to announce that Francis Bacon was awarded Chambers & Partners’ Professional Negligence Junior of the Year at the Chambers UK Bar Awards ceremony on the 26th October.
By a unanimous judgment given on 25 October 2017, the Supreme Court has ruled that Ghosh (the leading authority on the concept of dishonesty in law) was wrong and ought no longer to be followed.
We are pleased to announce that Dr Mark Friston is joining Hailsham Chambers as a tenant