Chambers congratulate Robert Miles QC on his appointment as a Justice of the High Court (Chancery Division). The appointment will take effect from 21 April 2020.
Coronavirus – Chambers is continuing, so far as possible, to operate as normal and in particular to provide clients with our usual high standard of service. Below we outline how we are approaching this. Although the Clerks Room at Chambers is to be treated as closed we are hoping to have a member of staff
Chambers are pleased to announce the appointment of Sharif Shivji as Queen’s Counsel. He will receive his letters patent on 16th March 2020.
Eight members of chambers have reviewed and updated the 9th edition of Loose & Griffiths on Liquidators, published by LexisNexis UK in December 2019. The text provides a guide to the law relating to company liquidations and the role of the liquidator within that process. It covers topics such as the status, appointment, duties and
We are pleased to report Sharif Shivji has been awarded Insolvency junior of the year in the Legal 500 Awards 2020.
We are proud to announce that our senior clerk of 35 years, David Goddard, was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award by Chambers UK. It is a fitting tribute to his long and continuing service both to chambers and to the wider clerking community. Click here for a link to his webpage.
The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in Singularis Holdings Ltd v. Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Ltd  UKSC 50 clarifying the law on attribution to a company of a director’s fraud, and giving the judgment in Stone & Rolls Ltd v. Moore Stephens  1 AC 1391 its final quietus. Jonathan Crow QC and
Chambers is happy to report another successful year in The Legal 500 UK and Chambers UK. Chambers UK reports that “4 Stone Buildings has attained an imperious standing in the market for both the depth of its expertise and the strength of its advocacy across the full gamut of chancery law…”. We have been ranked
We are pleased to welcome Daniel Kessler and Nicholas Wright who have accepted offers of tenancy and will start practising as full members of chambers as of October 2019
Charles Marquand will be attending the COMBAR India Roundtable conference in Delhi on 13th – 14th September with Justice Nariman and Lord Hoffmann attending as guests from British High Commission. The conference will focus on matters such as the respective rules of contractual interpretation in England and India, as well the concept of “court craft.”