We are presently finalising our series of Property Law Seminars and Briefings for 2018. We will be analysing and discussing the most topical contentious and non contentious property law matters of the day, to provide informative and useful updates for practitioners. We will shortly be publishing our training dates this year.
7th Dec 2017
David Schmitz authors an article in December 2017’s Property Law Journal, considering how the principles in Coventry v Lawrence (No 1)  on nuisance and the character of the area might best be applied. The article is a revised version of the author’s article ‘Neighbourhood Watch’ published in the Commercial Litigation Journal in June 2017. For further information […]
6th Dec 2017
Paul Stafford is the ‘Drill or Drop?‘ journal’s Guest Post author this month as he examines the consequences for landowners arising from the fracking provisions in the Infrastructure Act. His article, ‘Free to Frack?’ was originally published in the June 2017 edition of the Property Law Journal. The text is the same but the website version is followed […]
5th Dec 2017
Chambers congratulates Eason Rajah QC for being named Private Client: Trusts and Probate ‘Silk of the Year 2018’ by the Legal 500 Bar Awards.
28th Nov 2017
Ten Old Square have been shortlisted for three awards in the Legal 500 UK Awards 2018. Chambers is delighted to be shortlisted as a leading set for private client matters (trusts and probate) with two of our silks, Eason Rajah QC and Simon Taube QC, shortlisted as Silk of the Year 2018 in this category. The Legal […]
Event Date: 8th March 2018, 14:00 to 17:15
Naomi Winston and Bryony Robinson, barristers at Ten Old Square, are presenting an introductory course on partnerships and LLPs and how they work. The 3 hour accredited seminar on 8th March 2018 will be held in central London. The aim of this half day course is to provide a practical introduction to understanding how partnerships and LLPs […]
14th Nov 2017
Richard Dew writes a helpful article in this month’s Law Society’s Private Client section on how failing to discover an estate is insolvent, until it is too late, can create significant risks. Richard’s practice is focussed on Wills, Estates and Trusts and related professional negligence issues and he frequently advises on large and complex claims. He […]