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    Remind me about… Sections 91 to 92 of the Pensions Act 1995

    In the first “Remind me about” article published on Paul Newman KC‘s website, John Grocott-Barrett summarises the law relating to these two important sections of the Pensions Act 1995. The “Remind me about” series is aimed as a training tool... Read more

    By John Grocott-Barrett
    Wednesday 22 March 2023

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    Union challenge to imposition of McCloud costs on members rejected by High Court

    Paul Newman KC has written a summary of the decision published earlier this week in R (aoa Fire Brigades Union) v HM Treasury/ R (oao The British Medical Association) v HM Treasury. Read the full article

    By Paul Newman KC
    Thursday 16 March 2023

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    News

    Wilberforce wins Best Chambers for Legal Tech at the Legal Cheek Awards

    We are delighted to announce that Wilberforce won Best Chambers for Legal Tech at the Legal Cheek Awards. We’re proud to be continually innovating and improving our use of technology. This award reflects surveys completed by junior barristers and pupils across the... Read more

    Thursday 16 March 2023

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    Webchats

    Use and abuse of undertakings in 1954 Act ground (f) cases

    Robert Payne (Senior Associate at CMS) and Ben Faulkner speak about using and abusing undertakings in ground (f) cases.  

    Benjamin Faulkner
    Tuesday 14 March 2023

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    Recent Cases

    Britannia Litigation: Court of Appeal clarifies important aspects of Cayman Islands’ property law regarding restrictive agreements, easements and Land Register rectification

    International / offshore, Property

    Jonathan Seitler KC | Emer Murphy
    Thursday 9 March 2023

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    Recent Cases

    Daniel Petrides successfully represents Claimant in the recent case of Rokstone Ltd v Tiggy Butler

    Property, Professional liability

    Daniel Petrides
    Thursday 9 March 2023

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    60 Seconds with Bobby Friedman

    Bobby Friedman features in the latest edition of ThoughtLeaders4’s FIRE Magazine, revealing what motivates him, what he sees as the biggest legal trends of 2023, even his ideal holiday and the last book he read. Read the full article

    By Bobby Friedman
    Monday 6 March 2023

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    Publications

    The Independent Bar: featuring chapter by Nicholas Luckman

    Nicholas Luckman
    April 2018

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    Webchats

    Concurrent forfeiture and 1954 Act oppositions

    Ben Faulkner discusses how landlord’s forfeiture claims might be brought concurrently with a 1954 Act opposition to a new lease under grounds (a), (b), or (c).  

    Benjamin Faulkner
    Wednesday 1 March 2023

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    Publications

    Third edition of Leases: Covenants and Consents – out now

    Jonathan Seitler KC
    February 2023

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    What next for “insolvent trusts” after ETJL v Halabi; ITGL v Fort Trustees [2022] UKPC 36?

    To read or download this article as a PDF, please click here. Commentary by Joseph Steadman. Technically, a trust cannot be insolvent: trusts are not legal persons. However, the term “insolvent trust” is a useful shorthand for the situation which arises... Read more

    By Joseph Steadman
    Thursday 23 February 2023

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    Public sector pension schemes

    In the most recent article published on Paul Newman KC‘s website, James McCreath considers whether authorities administering public sector schemes are trustees, fiduciaries or just public servants. This article was first published on Paul’s website pensionsbarrister.com Read the full article

    By James McCreath
    Thursday 23 February 2023

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