Family law barrister Francis Wilkinson successfully defended a mother in High Court proceedings brought under the Hague Abduction Convention 1980.
Barrister Francis Hoar is appearing for Darren Grimes, a Leave campaigner in the EU referendum, in his appeal against a financial penalty imposed by the Electoral Commission. The week-long hearing concludes on 19 July when judgment is expected.
Joint head of housing Adrian Davis and property barrister Miriam Shalom appeared in the Court of Appeal in London Borough of Hackney v Yildiz. The case considers the relationship between section 83 and Ground 15A of Schedule 2 of the Housing Act 1985.
A team of barristers and staff took part in the London Legal Walk. They put their best foot forward alongside more than 15,000 other walkers to raise funds for free legal services across London.
The 2nd edition of Cohabitation Claims published this month by Resolution includes 2 chapters written by Christopher Stirling. Chris, whose focus areas are matrimonial finance, property and commercial law, probate and inheritance wrote one chapter of useful case studies. His other chapter gives practical guidance about issues such as Capital Gains Tax, bankruptcy, Land Registry […]
We are very sad to announce the death of Kay Jones on Sunday 7 April 2019. Kay had been a member of chambers for more than 40 years. She had been due to retire earlier this year due to ill health. John Critchley, Head of Chambers, said: “Kay was a well-known family barrister who had […]
Property barrister and sitting judge at the First Tier Tribunal Max Thorowgood, presided over a light-hearted mock tribunal trial as part of the Southampton Property Association (SPA’s) annual CPD event on 5 April. Delegates said they found the mock trial of an adverse possession case ‘interesting from a work perspective’ and ‘entertaining’. Property and public […]
Field Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Emma Godfrey, Adrian Davis and Matthew Stott have all been appointed as Deputy District Judges. Their practices will continue as usual.
Grace Cheng and Rebecca Handcock acted for the Secretary of State for Transport and assisted as part of a wider team in Eurotunnel v Secretary of State for Transport. The case settled on 1 March 2019. This was a procurement claim involving a challenge by Eurotunnel to capacity contracts awarded by the Government to DFDS, […]
Judgment was handed down today in Cowan v Foreman and ors  EWHC 349 (Fam), a widow’s application to extend the 6-month time limit for a claim pursuant to section 4 of the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975. The testator settled the bulk of his estate on discretionary trusts with letters of […]