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ICC FraudNet Global Report 2021

We are pleased to introduce ICC FraudNet's inaugural Global Report, 'International Developments and Perspectives in the field of...

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#SerleShare - Judgment in The Incorporated Trustee of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit etc. v Antill & Antill [2020] EWHC 3466 (Ch)

On Wednesday 16 December judgment was handed down in the matter of The Incorporated Trustee of the Congregation of the Holy...

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Ruth Jordan called to Bar of the Bahamas

We are delighted to announce that Ruth Jordan has been called the Bar of the Bahamas! Ruth was called via...

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#SerleShare - Cayman clarifies trust law on “firewall” legislation and scope of jurisdiction clauses

In this International and Offshore SerleShare, Dakis Hagen QC considers the Cayman Islands judgment in Geneva Trust...

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#SerleShare - New year, new cases: Specific disclosure under the pilot scheme

#SerleShare – In light of the year extension under the Pilot Scheme, Gareth Tilley discusses a recent decision handed down...

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Inforrm’s Top 10 Privacy and Data Protection Cases of 2020

The case of Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing LLP [2020] EWCA Civ 352.r has been mentioned by Inforrm in their Top 10...

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Heathrow Third Runway survives challenge in the Supreme Court

#SerleShare - R (on the application of Friends of the Earth Ltd and others) (Respondents) v Heathrow Airport Ltd ...

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#SerleShare - Stakeholder Claims in the Art World

It is not uncommon for title disputes to arise after an artwork has come into the hands of an auction-house....

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Zoom cannot replace the lifeblood of our courts

Rupert Reed QC is invited by The Times to discuss the real problems with virtual hearings.  Rupert argues that...

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‘Avoiding the stigma of cynical breach’ - Andrew Francis writes for New Law Journal

Andrew Francis has been invited by New Law Journal to discuss what we have learned from the Supreme Court's...

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#SerleShare - An Arbitrator’s Duty of Impartiality

SerleShare - In our latest SerleShare on Arbitration, Anthony Kennedy discusses the UK Supreme Court's judgment in ...

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#SerleShare ‘Giving Tuesday’ - The Kigali Genocide Memorial

Tuesday 1 December is Giving Tuesday, a global campaign for individuals, businesses and charities alike to celebrate their CSR achievements...

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#SerleShare - “Open for business: conducting trials and assessing witness evidence remotely”

#SerleShare – It is inevitable that for the next few months trials will continue to be conducted remotely, whilst we...

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Michael Edenborough QC reviews “European Court Procedure: A Practical Guide” by Viktor Luszcz for IPKat

Michael Edenborough QC has been invited by IPKat to to provide a Guest Book Review on “European Court Procedure:...

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Serle Court takes home a hat-trick of awards at the Chambers Bar Awards 2020

We are delighted to take home a hat-trick of awards in the 'Chancery' category at the Chambers UK Bar Awards 2020....

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#SerleShare - Andrew Francis discusses the Supreme Court judgment in Alexander Devine Children’s Cancer Trust v Housing Solutions Ltd [2020] UKSC 45

#SerleShare – Following the recent decision of the Supreme Court in Alexander Devine Children’s Cancer Trust v Housing...

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Serle Court named ‘Chambers of the Year’ at the British Legal Awards 2020

We are extremely excited to announce that Serle Court has been awarded 'Chambers of the Year' at the British Legal...

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Alan Boyle QC named one of Citywealth’s Top 5 Family & Matrimonial UK Barristers 2020

We are delighted to announce that Alan Boyle QC, Head of Chambers has been recognised as one of...

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Jonathan Fowles discusses Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) (UK) v Attorney-General for Trusts & Trustees

Jonathan Fowles discusses the recent Supreme Court judgment in Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) (UK) v Attorney-General in...

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On the Case: Lessons for developers from Supreme Court’s Alexander Devine ruling

Chris Stoner QC and Andrew Francis dissect the recent Supreme Court decision in Alexander Devine Children’s Cancer Trust...

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Professor Suzanne Rab BBC Business Briefing Interview

Professor Suzanne Rab was interviewed by Sally Bundock for the BBC Business Briefing this morning to discuss the future of...

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Sophia Hurst comments on the UAE’s changes to inheritance laws for the International Adviser

Sophia Hurst is invited by International Adviser to comment on the news that the UAE government has announced changes...

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#SerleShare - Judgment in Secretary of State for Health v Servier Laboratories Ltd [2020] UKSC 44

#SerleShare - The Supreme Court handed down judgment today (6 November) in Secretary of State for Health v Servier Laboratories Ltd [2020]...

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Pro Bono Week: 2-6 November 2020

As we come to the end of the 19th Pro Bono Week 2020, a time when the legal profession is ...

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Zoe O’Sullivan QC and Tim Benham-Mirando ‘The ICC’s new rules: late to the party, but welcome as tools to ensure efficient and fair process’

Zoe O’Sullivan QC and Tim Benham-Mirando look at the key changes to the ICC Arbitration Rules in an...

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Lance Ashworth QC comments in Accountancy Age

Lance Ashworth QC was recently invited by Accountancy Age to comment on how the Insolvency Service has announced a new...

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“The clerks understand the practicality of litigation and go the extra mile to help”

Serle Court's clerking team has continued to offer outstanding client service to its clients for another year running, despite...

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#SerleShare - Judgment in Bidzina Ivanishvili v Credit Suisse Life (Bermuda) [2020] CA (Bda) 13 Civ

#SerleShare - The Bermuda Court of Appeal (Sir Christopher Clarke, Gloster and Smellie J) has dismissed Credit Suisse Life&rsquo...

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Amy Proferes discusses “A long lease breach? Be specific!” for New Law Journal

Amy Proferes has written an article for the New Law Journal titled “A long lease breach? Be specific!”....

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#SerleShare - How to Determine the Proper Law of an Arbitration Agreement

#SerleShare – Following the unanimous result of the SerleShare poll last week, our followers requested a SerleShare on commercial litigation....

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Chambers UK Bar 2021 Rankings - “They are excellent without exception”

Serle Court is delighted to announce that chambers has been ranked in 11 practice areas in this year's Chambers UK...

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Zoe O’Sullivan QC - SCLA Scheme Panellist

The Society for Computers' Adjudication Scheme (SCLA) continues to provides a cost-effective and speedy procedure for resolving contract disputes,...

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Cobussen Principal Holdings Limited v (1) Ghouse Akbar (2) Legacy Holdings Limited Judgment

Judgment was handed down today by Mr Justice Edis in Cobussen Principal Investment Holdings Ltd v Ghouse Akbar and ors [2020]...

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#SerleShare - The Future of UK State Aid Control

#SerleShare - We are delighted to share insight from Conor Quigley QC on The Future of UK State...

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Michael Edenborough QC writes an article for the Intellectual Property Magazine titled “Road to nowhere”

Michael Edenborough QC has written an article for the Intellectual Property Magazine titled “Road to nowhere”. The article...

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New Tenants Tim Benham-Mirando & Max Marenbon

Serle Court is delighted to welcome Tim Benham-Mirando and Max Marenbon as new members of chambers...

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Serle Court is delighted to announce another successful year in Legal 500 2021 rankings

 Serle Court has been acknowledged as a Top Tier Set in the following practice areas: Civil Fraud Offshore Partnership ...

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#SerleShare – Zoe O’Sullivan QC discusses the recent judgment of Moulder J in PJSC Tatneft v Bogolyubov and others [2020] EWHC 2437 (Comm)

#SerleShare – Zoe O’Sullivan QC discusses the recent judgment of Moulder J in PJSC Tatneft v Bogolyubov and...

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James Weale admitted to the BVI Bar

Serle Court is delighted to announce that James Weale has been called to The British Virgin Islands Bar. The...

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John Machell QC discusses ‘Trustee decision-making: the substratum fallacy and the exercise of discretionary powers’

John Machell QC is invited by Trusts & Trustees to examine the Court of Appeal’s decision in ...

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Serle Court is shortlisted for three awards at the Chambers Bar Awards 2020

We are delighted to announce that Serle Court and our members have been shortlisted for three awards at ...

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#SerleShare - ‘Secrecy in the Art Market’

#SerleShare – Andrew Bruce discusses ‘Secrecy in the Art Market’. This SerleShare looks at how the art world...

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Professor Suzanne Rab comments in Wired UK

Professor Suzanne Rab has been invited by WIRED UK to discuss UK State aid provisions in light of Brexit...

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Serle Court shortlisted for Chambers of the Year at The Lawyer Awards 2020

Serle Court is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted at The Lawyer Awards 2020 for Chambers of the Year....

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#SerleShare - Judgment in Begum v Maran (UK) Ltd [2020] EWHC 1846 (QB)

#SerleShare – Russell Hopkins discusses the recent first instance decision in Begum v Maran (UK) Ltd [2020] EWHC 1846 ...

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Serle Court shortlisted for Chambers of the Year at British Legal Awards 2020

We are delighted to announce that Serle Court has been shortlisted for ‘Chambers of the Year’ at the...

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#SerleShare - Zoe O’Sullivan QC discusses TBD (Owen Holland) Ltd v Simons [2020] EWCA Civ 1182

#SerleShare – Zoe O’Sullivan QC discusses the recent judgment handed down in TBD (Owen Holland) Ltd v Simons [2020]...

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Gregor Hogan admitted to the DIFC

We are delighted that Gregor Hogan is now registered in Part II of the DIFC Academy of Law&rsquo...

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