The High Court has recently given judgment in Asher & Others v Jaywing plc  EWHC 893 (Ch). Joseph Wigley and Josh O’Neill acted for the successful defendant PLC in a two-week trial before Robin Vos (sitting as a Deputy Judge of the High Court).
4 Stone Buildings Ranked in The Legal 500 EMEA 2022
4 Stone Buildings is delighted to be ranked as a Leading Set in Legal 500 EMEA in The English Bar: Middle East.
4 Stone Buildings is proud to announce that Orlando Fraser QC has been confirmed as the new Charity Commission Chair.
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Hossein Sharafi successful in continuing freezing injunction in support of unfair prejudice petition
The High Court has given judgment in Kumar v Sharma  EWHC 612 (Ch), where Hossein Sharafi represented the successful applicant in an application to continue a freezing injunction in support of an unfair prejudice petition.
Jonathan Crow QC successfully represents the Attorney-General of Bermuda in the Privy Council on same-sex marriage
The Privy Council has handed down judgment upholding the validity under Bermudian law of the restriction of marriage to opposite-sex couples. Jonathan Crow QC represented the Attorney-General of Bermuda in her successful appeal.
Chambers congratulates Zara McGlone on being registered in Part II of the Dubai International Financial Centre’s Register of Legal Practitioners.
Chambers congratulates Zara McGlone on being registered in Part II of the Dubai International Financial Centre’s Register of Legal Practitioners. Zara has a busy practice across the full range of work undertaken by Chambers, including insolvency, company law, civil fraud, banking and financial services, and commercial litigation and arbitration. She has previously been instructed (both
Ensure compliance with distribution plan terms (Re Premier FX (in liquidation)) – Karl Anderson writes for Lexis®PSL
This analysis was first published on Lexis®PSL on 17 February 2022 and can be found here (subscription required). Restructuring & Insolvency analysis: Creditors of a company in creditors’ voluntary liquidation (CVL) must ensure that they fully understand what is required of them under the terms of any distribution plan, especially with regards the time limit
Albert Sampson registered in DIFC Courts’ Register of Practitioners
Chambers congratulates Albert Sampson on being registered in Part II of the Dubai International Financial Centre’s Register of Legal Practitioners. Albert’s practice spans commercial litigation and arbitration, company law, insolvency, banking & financial services, financial regulatory law, civil fraud and asset recovery. Albert also has a specialism in civil recovery under the Proceeds of Crime
Guy Olliff-Cooper called to the Bar of the BVI and registered in DIFC Courts’ Register of Practitioners
Chambers congratulates Guy Olliff-Cooper on being called to the Bar of the British Virgin Islands and also for his registration in Part II of the Dubai International Financial Centre Courts’ Register of Legal Practitioners. Guy has a busy offshore practice with a particular emphasis on civil fraud and insolvency law. Since his call, he has
James Knott appears in the Supreme Court in one of The Lawyer’s ‘Top 10 Appeals of 2022’
James Knott, led by Christopher Parker QC of Maitland Chambers and instructed by Alex Jay and Harry Spendlove of Stewarts Law, appeared in the Supreme Court last week (19 January 2022) for the appellant, Stanford International Bank Ltd (in liquidation) (“SIB”), in an appeal listed by The Lawyer as one of the ‘Top 10 Appeals of 2022’.