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Ten Old Square warmly welcomes James Kirby as a new tenant from 1 October 2018

10th Oct 2018

Ten Old Square is delighted to announce that James Kirby will be joining Chambers as a new tenant from 1 October 2018, upon the successful completion of his pupillage. James has gained wide experience in a range of Chancery and commercial matters, including: Private Client (both Contentious and Non-Contentious); Property (including Landlord and Tenant); Court […]

Eason Rajah QC named in Private Client Global Elite 2018

28th Aug 2018

Eason Rajah QC is named in this year’s Private Client Global Elite 2018 directory, recognising his private client expertise advising UHNW clients. The global directory lists the world’s top private client and trust​ disputes lawyers and recognises Eason’s broad practice which includes domestic, off shore and cross-border trusts, will disputes and related tax and professional negligence issues.  

Blue sky thinking – Keith Plowman reports on GDPR and cloud technology

15th Aug 2018

Keith Plowman, Senior Clerk at Ten Old Square, reports on cloud technology and the perils of not protecting data and documentation under the new GDPR, a law which affects all organisations. His article is published in the New Law Journal – click here to read the full report on page 20.

Richard Dew and Leon Pickering are the “Ones to Watch” in 2018

3rd Aug 2018

Chambers warmly congratulates Richard Dew and Leon Pickering who have both been named as ‘Ones to Watch 2018’ by the Private Client Global Elite directory. This well deserved achievement recognises their private client and trusts dispute expertise advising UHNW clients. A black tie gala dinner is being hosted by Global Elite on Thursday 4 October 2018 to […]

James MacDougald considers the recent decision of Payne v Payne [2018]

6th Jun 2018

James MacDougald considers the recent decision by the Court of Appeal in Payne v Payne [2018] EWCA Civ 985, which reviewed the formal requirements for attestation of wills and the evidential rules in probate claims. To read the published article click here: https://www.lawskills.co.uk/articles/2018/06/what-forms-of-attestation-are-accepted-in-court/        

Simon Taube QC successful in Privy Council Investec Trust case

25th Apr 2018

Ten Old Square’s Simon Taube QC successfully acted for Investec Trust (Guernsey) Limited, a trustee subsidiary of the Investec banking and asset management company, in its eight-year case against the current trustees of the Tchenguiz Discretionary Trust and the liquidators of Investec Trust’s former subsidiary BVI Companies. On 23 April 2018 the Privy Council rejected the current […]

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