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Outer Temple Chambers is very proud of Andrew Allen who is formally sworn in today as a member of Queen’s Counsel at the QC Appointment Ceremony 2020.
In the first of many cases in the pipeline to reach trial, James Counsell QC has obtained judgment against Blackpool FC for its liability for sexual abuse offences by scout Frank Roper in the 1980s.
Alex Line has collaborated with Kingsley Napley on the first in a series of blogs looking into the systems and processes that should sit behind the resolution of student misconduct allegations in Universities.
In response to the continued public concern over CoVid-19, Daniel Barnett, a leading employment barrister at Outer Temple Chambers co-presented a Q&A on the implications of coronavirus on employment law on LBC Radio.
Chambers & Partners have released their Global Guide and we are proud to announce that three of our members appear as global leaders in Dispute Resolution (Commercial Chancery and Commercial).
Jeremy Scott-Joynt has secured the release of more than half a million pounds in a client’s UK bank account frozen by HM Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”). In late 2019, HMRC had successfully applied (without notice, as is usual) to a magistrate’s court for an Account Freezing Order (“AFO”) over the account, which contained some £550,000. read more…
Oliver Powell, instructed by Roy Tozer and Hannah Frost of Shoosmiths represented a company who were sub-contracted to design and construct a timber frame structure for a commercial building project. The organisation was charged with contravening section 3 of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 (‘HSWA 1974’) in relation to the design read more…
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