Supreme Court Judgment

The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in Singularis Holdings Ltd v. Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Ltd [2019] 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 [2009] 1 AC 1391 its final quietus.  Jonathan Crow QC and

New Tenants

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 to attend COMBAR conference in Delhi

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.”

4 Stone Buildings shortlisted in the Chambers UK Bar Awards 2019

We are delighted to announce that senior clerk David Goddard will be presented with the lifetime achievement award at the Chambers UK Bar Awards 2019 on 31st October. Chambers has also been shortlisted for Company/Insolvency set of the year.  Robert Miles QC and Jonathan Crow QC have been shortlisted for Chancery Silk of the Year

Emma Horner co-authors new guide to Civil Advocacy

We are pleased to announce that “On Your Feet: A Practical Guide to Civil Advocacy” by Clare Elliot, Brooke Lyne, Emma Horner and Chloë Bell has been published by Sweet & Maxwell. This book provides the reader with a practical guide of how to approach cases as a junior barrister, with the commercial chancery chapters

4 Stone Buildings appear in the Supreme Court in Cardiff

For the first time in its history, the Supreme Court sat in Cardiff from 22 to 25 July 2019. On 23 and 24 July the Supreme Court heard the appeal in Singularis Holdings Ltd v Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Ltd in the Ty Hywel building of Cardiff’s National Assembly. Jonathan Crow QC and Andrew de

Jonathan Brettler

With the greatest sadness we have to say that Jonathan Brettler has passed away.  His final illness was short, and he was at home.  His family have our heartfelt sympathy. Jonathan’s memorial service will be at 5pm on Tuesday 5 November at Lincoln’s Inn Chapel, to be followed by a reception in the Old Hall