Chambers Articles

Goldsmith Chambers’ Civil Watch Series

In the Winter collection of the Civil Watch series, Dilan Deeljur presents a practice note on fiduciary duties and secret commissions through the case of Wood v Commercial First Business Limited and Business Mortgage Finance 4 Plc v Pengelly [2021] EWCA Civ 471.   Stuart Whitehouse provides a useful insight into the issues arising where […]

Goldsmith Chambers’ Civil Watch Series – 7th Issue

In the Autumn collection of the Civil Watch series, the focus is on offers to settle claims. George Symes presents a refresher on Part 36 Offers, gives a summary of the recent High Court case of Head v The Culver Heating Co Ltd [2021] EWHC 1235 (QB), and explains how it can affect what would […]

Webinar – Over the EU Settlement Bridge

Goldsmith Immigration and Public Law Team was delighted to present this webinar on the EU Settlement Scheme, providing an update on the changes to immigration law after Brexit as far as EEA nationals and their family members are concerned. In this webinar, senior practitioner and joint-head of team Sarah Pinder with Luke Piper, Head of Policy and […]

Webinar – Medico-Legal Reports

The Immigration and Public Law Team was delighted to collaborate in this webinar with Dr Juliet Cohen, Head of Doctors at Freedom from Torture, which was presented on 21st September 2021. You can access a copy of the presentation slides here. To view the recording, click on the link immediately below. Senior practitioners Charlotte Bayati, Samina […]

Goldsmith Chambers’ Civil Watch Series – 6th Issue

In the bumper summer 6th collection of the Civil Watch series, Joseph Byrne considers the correct approach to exemplary damages in light of the Court of Appeal’s decision in Rees v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis. Shárin Diegan considers the recent case of Al Jaber and Others v. Mitchell and Others [2021] EWCA Civ […]

Nationality & Immigration Bill

On 6th July 2021, the Government published its Nationality and Immigration Bill. To assist practitioners to navigate the nationality law proposals and when the government was consulting, Emma Harris, a senior practitioner in the immigration and public law team published her article ‘New Plan for Immigration: the proposed changes to nationality law’ with Free Movement. […]

Guy Davison & Samina Iqbal write for Free Movement website

On 10th and 30th June 2021, Guy Davison‘s and Samina Iqbal‘s articles for Free Movement were published. Both Guy and Samina are senior practitioners of the immigration and public law team at Goldsmith Chambers and Samina is the joint-head of the team. Both articles provide essential guidance and practice tips concerning two difficult and tricky […]

Sarah Pinder & Sara Anzani write for Free Movement website

On 8th and 14th April 2021, Sara Anzani‘s and Sarah Pinder‘s articles for Free Movement were published. Both Sara and Sarah are senior practitioners of the immigration and public law team at Goldsmith Chambers and Sarah Pinder is the joint-head of the team. Both articles provide essential guidance and practice tips concerning applications for costs […]

Goldsmith Chambers’ Civil Watch Series – 5th Issue

In the 5th collection of the Civil Watch series, Heather Beckett provides an overview of two County Court dental negligence cases which extended the concepts of non-delegable duty of care and vicarious liability for the acts and omissions of self-employed dental associates providing NHS dental care. Also, Elisabeth Traugott compares two privacy actions against the […]

 

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