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  • Supreme Court judgment on the leading case in gaming law

    On 25 October 2017 the Supreme Court gave judgment in Ivey v Genting, now the leading case in gaming law and the law on dishonesty. The claimant, a world famous gambler, walked into Crockford’s casino in Mayfair and won nearly £8m at Punto Banco in just two sessions. There was no dispute about what he did: it was a card trick called edge-sorting: the only issue was whether it was cheating. The High Court, the Court of Appeal and now the Supreme Court decided that it was, setting a new standard of probity in gaming law and re-writing the law on dishonesty in the process. It has already been called “the most important case in a generation”. Crockford’s was represented by Christopher Pymont QC and Siward Atkins.

  • The Chambers UK Bar Awards 2017

    Congratulations to Catherine Newman QC who was shortlisted for 'Chancery - Silk of the Year' in the Awards. Maitland was also nominated for Set of the Year in the same category.

  • Legal challenge against Conservative/DUP deal

    Dominic Chambers QC has been instructed by David Greene, Senior Partner and Head of Litigation at Edwin Coe LLP, to lead the Bar team on behalf of Mr Ciaran McClean who is challenging the proposed confidence and supply agreement between the Conservative Government and the Democratic Unionist Party on the grounds that it would be contrary to the terms of the Belfast Agreement, popularly known as the Good Friday Agreement.

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Based in London's Lincoln's Inn, we offer legal advice and advocacy of the highest quality both domestically and internationally. We are consistently ranked as a leading set in all our areas of expertise across the civil fraud, commercial, corporate, insolvency, real estate, financial, chancery and related fields. We appear across a full range of UK civil courts and tribunals including the Supreme Court and Privy Council as well as in Caribbean, Asian and other jurisdictions.

With 27 Queen's Counsel and 41 juniors, we have the strength and depth to provide representation and cross-disciplinary expertise across the whole range of matters, from a junior for a relatively modest claim to a team with the ability and experience to tackle the largest, most urgent and most complex cases in ways which are comprehensive, imaginative, efficient and effective.

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