A paper about Assignment & securitisation in lenders’ claims.
A talk and handout delivered by Nicola Rushton, Alice Nash, Amy Nesbitt & Alicia Tew. SAAMCO: the extent of liability
A feature written by Nicola Rushton for the Journal of International Banking & Financial Law, which analyses the reasoning behind the decision in Titan v Colliers and considers some practical implications for those bringing or defending professional negligence claims connected with securitised loans.
A news announcement about Dominic Nolan QC’s decision to move to Hailsham Chambers.
An article about Qualified One-way Costs Shifting published by the Association of Costs Lawyers (ACL) featuring commentary from Jamie Carpenter.
Dan Stacey considers the decision in Lord Chancellor v Taylor Wilcocks, handed down on 7 November 2014, dismissing an appeal from a refusal of relief from sanctions under CPR 3.9 made under Mitchell guidance.
Simon Howarth succeeds in a case which establishes that even an inexperienced and unsophisticated investor should make inquiries when faced with significant losses.
Announcing that Hailsham Chambers’ clinical and professional negligence practice teams have gained greater recognition in the 2014 edition of the Legal 500.
Hailsham Chambers is proud to welcome its former pupils Amy Nesbitt and Alicia Tew as tenants.
City AM announces Nicola Rushton’s move to Hailsham Chambers.