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Ashley Bowes to appear in Sweet & Maxwell’s Public Law journal

Ashley Bowes, together with City University’s Dr John Stanton are to appear in a forthcoming edition this year of Sweet … Read More

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Rights of Way Success

Ashley Bowes has successfully represented the British Horse Society in a two week long public inquiry, which saw the Secretary … Read More

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The Legal 500 – Regional Bar 2013 Rankings

Guildford Chambers is ranked as a leading 2nd tier set in the South Eastern Circuit. Within Employment, Guildford Chambers’ Matthew Pascall … Read More

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Charity Opera at GLive to Raise Over £5000 for Surrey Law Centre

On 25 September Absolutely Opera! will perform to a sell out crowd at a charity opera night in aid of … Read More

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New Discretion to Allow Out of Time Appeals to be Lodged in the High Court from Decisions of the NMC, the GMC and Other Regulatory Bodies

Paragraph 3.5 of the Practice Direction supplementing Part 52 (Appeals) of the Civil Procedure Rules provides that “Where any statute … Read More

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THE COSTS JOURNAL

Introducing The Costs Journal, a free publication drafted by Christopher McCauley, who is a specialist Costs Counsel at Guildford Chambers, … Read More

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Petrodel – Pulling back the Veil

Petrodel in the Supreme Court Paul Moulder discusses this long-trailed case that was anticipated as confirming the ‘Cheat’s Charter’ for … Read More

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Rowan Morton defends 2nd application to set aside judgment in long running landlord & tenant case

Summary: Wang v Wooles finally concluded last week, with Rowan successfully defending a second application to set aside judgment in … Read More

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QOCS and credit hire – are rules 44.16(2)(A) & (3) undermined by the common law principles relating to credit hire?

‘One man’s satellite litigation is another man’s helpful clarification.’ The new costs rules, relating to Qualified One Way Costs Shifting … Read More

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Keeping it quite: the NHS and Beyond

In the wake of the Government’s announcement that they are to ban gagging orders in NHS compromise agreements, the question … Read More

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Legal aid changes to affect families going through divorce

Changes to legal aid funding in April 2013 will affect many lower income families going through divorce or separation. Pre … Read More

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