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Serle Court International Trusts and Commercial Litigation Conference in New...

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For the third year, Serle Court will be hosting its International Trusts and Commercial Litigation Conference in New York.  This year's event will take place on Monday 19th November 2018 at the InterContinental New...

Pupillage Drinks Evening

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Chambers will be hosting an evening for prospective pupillage applicants on Thursday 29th November 2018 at 6pm.  From 6pm you will hear from some of our newest tenants, and their...

STEP Cayman Conference 2019

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31 January - 1 February 2019 This international private client conference will explore the topical issues pertinent to the trust industry with a special focus on wealth structuring. Join us...

Past Events

Property Law Update 2018 - 7th November

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Serle Court has a well-deserved reputation in Property Litigation, being recognised as one of the leading sets in London by both "Chambers and Partners" and "Legal 500".  The speakers at...

Partnership Law Update: Restrictive Covenants and Damages - Thursday, 11 October 2018

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Serle Court is regarded as one of the leading sets for partnership and LLP work and is consistently top ranked in both Chambers and Partners and Legal 500.  Our experience...

Book Launch - Commercial Litigation in Anglophone Africa - Thursday 4th October 2018 at 6pm

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Commercial Litigation in Anglophone Africa, (Juta Publishing), covers the law relating to civil jurisdiction, enforcement of foreign judgments and interim remedies in Anglophone Africa. The authors of the book, Mr...

Hot Topics in Insolvency - Wednesday 19 September 2018

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The 'Hot Topics' will include Director's Duties when Insolvency Looms and CVAs in the Retail Sector and will be covered by Lance Ashworth QC, Matthew Morrison and James Mather. The...

STEP Half-day workshop on Trusts under Attack: onshore and offshore (Hong Kong)

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Richard Wilson QC will be speaking at a half day workshop on "Trusts under Attack: onshore and offshore", hosted by STEP Hong Kong; The Hong Kong branch Dispute Resolution Sub-Committee, in...

Philip Marshall QC will be speaking at SG Insolvency Litigation Conference 2018

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Philip Marshall QC will be giving practical guidance on 'Obtaining and using privileged documents' at the Simon Gore Insolvency Litigation Conference on 12 September 2018. This conference will feature a series...

Private Client Summer School 2018

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29th - 31st August 2018 Emma Hargreaves will be leading a panel on Trusts & Family Issues on Day 2 (30 August) of this Private Client Summer School. The KNect365 Private...

Giles Richardson delivering session at the KNect Trusts in Divorce Litigation event

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Knect 365 Trusts in Divorce Litigation Latest guidance and essential practical tips for when trusts are involved in divorce proceedings. Private Client Toolkit for Safeguarding against Divorce   09:20-10:30  • Maximum...

Have I got news for you: Media ownership regulation and the future of Sky News

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As part of a series of lectures and launch of a Competition Law Summer School, on Wednesday 20 June 2018 Suzanne Rab will be presenting and leading a discussion on media ownership regulation....

Property Seminar

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A seminar covering a number of recent topics on property law: Easements for recreational use by Christopher Stoner QC  States of Mind and Adverse Possession by Andrew Bruce  Void, Voidable,...

Chancery Bar Association’s Shanghai Conference

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Elizabeth Jones QC and Gareth Tilley will be part of a panel discussing Fiduciary Duties in International Litigation and Arbitration at the CBA's Shangai Conference on 11th May 2018.  To...

Current issues in Islamic Finance Litigation

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Serle Court is hosting a series of seminars on the provision of legal services in relation to disputes arising in the Arab Gulf states.  Seminar One - Current issues in...

Dubai Seminars - April 2018

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Members of Serle Court will be giving a series of talks on matters of legal interest in the region on Tuesday 24 April 2018.  The seminar will take place at...

International Trusts and Commercial Litigation Conference – New York

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We are delighted to announce that we will again be hosting an International Trusts and Commercial Litigation Conference in New York on 13 November 2017, and we would like to...

Property Law

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Christopher Stoner QC will be speaking on “Easements - establishing prescription and limits on use”; Rupert Reed QC will be looking at “New business tenancies - security for the landlord's...

Property Law - Southampton

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Andrew Francis will speak on the lessons to be learned from recent decisions of the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) under s.84(1) Law of Property Act 1925 when discharging or modifying...

Trusts and Commercial Litigation Conference - Jersey

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The conference programme includes talks and breakout sessions. The talks will be 'Developments in Interim Relief' and 'Illegality after Patel v Mirza'. The breakout sessions will cover 'Privacy and confidentiality...

Company Law - Unfair Prejudice: tactics, tips and strategies

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Daniel Lightman QC and Timothy Collingwood will discuss key tactical and strategic considerations in unfair prejudice litigation, including in the context of pre-action disclosure, good leaver/bad leaver provisions, case management...

Forfeiture of LLP and partnership profit shares: the decision in Hosking

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John Machell QC and Jennifer Haywood will examine the decision in Hosking v Marathon Asset Management LLP [2016] EWHC 2418 (Ch) and its consequences for professional and financial services firms....

Judgment of the Supreme Court in Ilott v Mitson

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The seminar will look at the implications of the decision in Ilott v Mitson, the first appeal in a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975...

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