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China Training Scheme
Maitland Chambers has been selected to host a Chinese lawyer as part of the Bar Council's 'China Training Scheme'.
Waterfall 1 - Supreme Court
Louise Hutton and Rosanna Foskett act for the Joint Administrators of LBHI2 in the Supreme Court Lehman Waterfall I litigation; judgment handed down today.
Thomas Fletcher
Maitland Chambers is pleased to announce that Thomas Fletcher commenced practice from these chambers on Wednesday, 17 May 2017.
Anthony Trace QC
Anthony Trace QC has left chambers after 35 years as a litigator to pursue a career as a mediator and we wish him well in this new venture. Chambers is happy to pass on to Anthony any messages or enquiries received.
Caley Wright
Maitland Chambers is pleased to announce that Caley Wright will commence practice from these chambers on Monday, 20 February 2017.
Sale of Green Investment Bank
Catherine Newman QC and Matthew Smith are acting for clean energy investment business Sustainable Development Capital Limited in relation to the Government’s controversial sale of the public stake in the £2bn Green Investment Bank
Dominic Chambers QC and Benjamin John win Brexit Article 50 Case in the Supreme Court
Dominic Chambers QC and Benjamin John act for successful Respondent in the Supreme Court Judgment handed down today.
Queen's Counsel Appointment
Congratulations to Catherine Addy who has been made a Silk in the recent appointments.
Brexit Article 50 Case in the Supreme Court
Dominic Chambers QC and Benjamin John appear for the Respondents in the Supreme Court hearing starting today.
Smith & Ors v Molyneux [2016] UKPC 35
Catherine Newman QC acted for the successful Appellants in the Privy Council, overturning the decision of the Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal
Brexit Article 50 Litigation
Court rules in favour of Claimants represented by Dominic Chambers QC and Benjamin John
Duncan McCombe is elected as Chairman of the Young Bar
Congratulations to Duncan on his appointment.
Leading case in gaming law is set
On 3 November 2016 the Court of Appeal handed down its eagerly awaited decision in Ivey v Genting
Paul Girolami QC 'Star at the Bar'
Congratulations to Paul Girolami QC who has been named as one of Chambers UK's 'Stars at the Bar'.
The Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016
Catherine Addy was a member of the Committee that was consulted upon and approved The Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 which were published and laid before parliament on Wednesday, 26 October (for implementation in April 2017).
Brexit Article 50 Litigation Trial commences
Dominic Chambers QC and Benjamin John, instructed by David Greene, Senior Partner and Head of Group Action Litigation at Edwin Coe LLP, are representing one of the Claimants at the trial of the Brexit Article 50 litigation (R (oao Miller and Santos) v The Secretary of State for Exiting the EU) in the Divisional Court before the Lord Chief Justice, the Master of the Rolls and Lord Justice Sales.
Chambers UK Bar Awards 2016
Watson Pringle was shortlisted for Chancery Junior of the Year in the recent Chambers UK Bar Awards.
SABMiller: High Court Judgment
Dominic Chambers QC, instructed by Stephen Moses of Simmons & Simmons, represented a New York hedge fund in the Companies Court of the Chancery Division in the case of In re SABMiller plc [2016] EWHC 2153 (Ch).
Brexit: Article 50 Litigation
Dominic Chambers QC and Benjamin John, instructed by David Greene, Senior Partner and Head of Group Action Litigation at Edwin Coe LLP, represented the Claimant at the first hearing of the Brexit Article 50 litigation (Santos v The Secretary of State for Exiting the EU) in the Divisional Court on 19 July.
Amanda Tipples QC appointed Chairman of the Chancery Bar Association
We are pleased to announce that on 14 July Amanda Tipples QC was appointed as Chairman of the Chancery Bar Association.