Advice from out-of-hours helpline was “negligent”
26 April 2016
BBC News reports the details of a case in which Jane Tracy Forster represented the family of a teenager who died three days after her mother rang an out-of-hours medical service.
Leading QC acts for boy tragically left suffering from cerebral palsy
24 November 2015
Martin Spencer QC has represented a boy who will receive significant compensation after tragically being left suffering from cerebral palsy.
Theo Barclay explains the significance of new Supreme Court decision on contractual penalty clauses
9 November 2015
Theo Barclay has written an article for Solicitors’ Journal (November 2015) exploring the Supreme Court’s recent decision in the conjoined appeals of Parking Eye v Beavis and Cavendish v El Makdessi  UKSC 67.
Increased rankings and award nominations for Chambers and its members
25 September 2015
Chambers is very grateful to the clients who kindly provided feedback to the legal directories about the service they have received from the set. As a result of the research, Hailsham is delighted to congratulate the practice groups and barristers who have been recognised.
An equitable offer for insurers
17 June 2015
Joshua Munro appears in New Law Journal (5 June 2015) in an article about the IEG v Zurich  UKSC33 decision.
Insurance surgery: A revolutionary trigger?
1 June 2015
International Energy Group v Zurich. Joshua Munro representing IEG get what is described by New Law Journal as “as stunning result for insurers. A brand new equitable right of recoupment from an insurer to its insured has been established”.
Costs Alert: Joshua Munro argues that Dave Lee Travis’ costs were not “reasonable”
23 April 2015
Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis was “financially ruined” by his lengthy legal battles, a court has heard.
Amy Nesbitt on: Landmark decisions that have shaped Personal Injury Law
22 April 2015
The law relating to personal injury has developed at a faster pace than many other areas. This article reviews some of the landmark decisions that have made a big difference to claimants and their representatives.
Alice Nash on the introduction of increased court fees
2 April 2015
A news article by Alice Nash about the ‘enhanced’ issue fees in civil proceedings which took effect from Monday, 9 March 2015.
Failure to comply: The implications of Cox v Woodlands Manor Care Home Limited
13 March 2015
Amy Nesbitt explains to readers of PI Focus Magazine, the implications of Cox v Woodlands Manor Care Home Limited and how failure to comply with consumer protection regulation will prevent recovery of costs.
Clerks’ Roundtable: UK Bar 2015
13 February 2015
Richard Rodger, head of marketing and Stephen Smith, senior clerk of consider the Bar’s development
QOCS: Testing boundaries
21 January 2015
An article by Jamie Carpenter about Qualified One-way Costs Shifting.
The consequences of an issuer under a CMBS by Nicola Rushton
1 January 2015
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.
Haworth rules that it is all or nothing with QOCS
18 November 2014
An article about Qualified One-way Costs Shifting published by the Association of Costs Lawyers (ACL) featuring commentary from Jamie Carpenter.
City Moves | Who’s switching jobs
17 April 2014
City AM announces Nicola Rushton’s move to Hailsham Chambers.
New addition for professional negligence set
11 April 2014
New Law Journal announces Nicola Rushton’s move to Hailsham Chambers.