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Jeremy Callman and Naomi Winston co-author a new book on LLP and Partnership Law

27th Feb 2024

Jeremy Callman and Naomi Winston are delighted to announce the publication of a new book on LLP and Partnership Law (co-written with Corinne Staves and Elspeth Berry). LLP and Partnership Law: A legal and practical guide provides a user-friendly, practical, and accessible resource to help practitioners, students, partners and those running firms to navigate this […]

Jonathan Gavaghan to speak at the upcoming Association of Partnership Practitioners’ Workshop

23rd Feb 2024

Jonathan Gavaghan joins Caroline Field (Fox & Partners)  and Sarah Chilton (CM Murray LLP) to speak at the Association of Partnership Practitioners’ Workshop on the Professional Services Firms’ Survey to be held on 26th February 2024.  The panel will analyse the APP’s recent survey and discuss trends and predictions for the future of professional services firms. […]

Adam Stewart-Wallace writes on Morina v Scherbakova [2023] EWHC 3253 (Ch)

20th Feb 2024

Adam Stewart-Wallace has written a case note for LexisNexis on the recent case of Morina v Scherbakova [2023] EWHC 3253 (Ch), which addressed a range of issues concerning the identification of a testator’s domicile, the law applicable to the essential validity of wills, and the revocation of testamentary dispositions. The article can be read here.

Andreas Giannakopoulos writes on damages for breach of jurisdiction agreements

19th Feb 2024

Andreas Giannakopoulos has co-authored a case comment with Adnan Khaliq on the CJEU’s recent decision in Charles Taylor Adjusting Ltd v Starlight Shipping Co, which addressed the compatibility of awards of damages for breach of jurisdiction agreements with the Brussels-Lugano framework. The article, published in the LMCLQ, examines the CJEU’s reasoning in light of its […]

Richard Dew acts for the successful Claimant in Biria v Biria [2024] EWHC 121 (Ch)

14th Feb 2024

Richard Dew appeared for the Claimant in this probate claim, instructed by Nicola Bushby of Boodle Hatfield. The Judge found that two of the deceased’s children procured a will at a time when the testator had no ability to understand it. The will was set aside on the grounds of lack of capacity, want of knowledge […]

The Ten Old Square Friday Briefing

13th Feb 2024

Ten Old Square will hold a live webinar with Q&A featuring James MacDougald and Thomas James. Challenging solicitors’ costs A brief review of the different regimes for assessing solicitors’ costs under ss. 70-71 Solicitors Act 1974 as understood following the Court of Appeal’s very recent decision in Kenig v Thomson Snell v Passmore [2024] EWCA […]

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