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seminars-and-webinars/past-seminars-and-webinars - By James Egan

‘Kill or Cure’ Evening Seminar at Apothecaries Hall

Event Date: 20th November 2019, 18:00 to 21:00

A topical and practical case study looking at how to use clauses in an LLP/Partnership Agreement to best effect when partners leave the firm (and, if necessary, how one might re-draft such clauses). The areas explored include: • Hotel California/waiting room clauses • Anti-team move clauses • Forfeiture and liquidated damages clauses • Restrictive covenants […]

‘What on Earth is going on? Capacity to Litigate in Civil Proceedings’ Junior Event at The Lamb

Event Date: 30th October 2019, 18:30 to 00:00

At this informal event, junior members of Chambers discussed how to deal with litigants who lack capacity across the spectrum of civil litigation. TOPICS When does someone lack capacity to litigate? Litigation Friends and the procedural rules Authorisation to act from the Court of Protection Compromising civil claims involving protected parties CHAIRED BY James Poole […]

The Golden Rules of Partnership Law – REPEATED

Event Date: 3rd July 2019, 08:15 to 09:45

Ten Old Square’s breakfast briefing on 18th June was fully subscribed. However, due to popular demand, Ten Old Square hosted a repeat breakfast briefing on Wednesday 3 July at the Supreme Court to discuss the distinctive features of partnerships and LLPs that all employment lawyers need to know. The speakers explored the ten ‘golden rules’ […]

Private Client: Loss of Trust

Event Date: 6th November 2018, 18:00 to 21:00

Expert barristers at Ten Old Square explored the practical remedies available to beneficiaries who have suffered financial loss resulting from a trustee’s breach of trust. The speakers discussed and distinguished between, on the one hand, cases where the breach of trust can be repaired by a claim to rectify or set aside the impugned transaction […]

Property Law Breakfast Briefing

Event Date: 14th February 2019, 08:00 to 09:30

Intention versus Motive: an update on Business Tenancies:  Sam Laughton reviewed the most recent case-law on Part II of the Landlord and Tenant 1954, in particular the Supreme Court’s decision on landlords opposing renewal, in S Franses Ltd v Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd. Lease Renewal Cases and how to win them: Practical advice from James […]

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