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The Case Management Conference that took place on 8 and 9 July 2015 was a great success from our clients’ perspective.
On 13 May Collyer Bristow’s finance disputes team will be presenting a seminar that will give an update on ongoing developments and the most important cases in the past six months.
A brief overview of four cases in which the firm has helped clients guard their reputation.
Philipa Dolan, partner and family law specialist at Collyer Bristow, has commented on a landmark Supreme Court bid to claim cash from her millionaire ex-husband 20 years after they divorced.
Judge throws out ‘abusive’ civil action against Caroline Nokes.
Collyer Bristow’s Janine Alexander has been quoted on the Bloomberg website.
Alexander spoke about Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group’s ‘unconscionable’ double billing of mortgage arrears.
Nathan Donaldson has provided governor appeals training to ensure that the executive of Ravensbourne had sufficient governors to call upon to hear any future grievance.
Stephen Rosen, head of the financial disputes group at Collyer Bristow, has commented on a recent Panorama programme called ‘Did the bank wreck my business?’.
The Solicitors Journal has published an article on civil restraint orders written by Patrick Wheeler from Collyer Bristow.
Collyer Bristow is offering employment law training sessions on conducting disciplinary and grievance procedures and equal opportunities and discrimination issues.
Michael Drake has been quoted in an article following Mr Justice Mostyn’s comments that new relationships were ‘a significant fly in the ointment’ for family court judges.
Collyer Bristow has announced that Janine Alexander has been promoted to partner, bringing the number of partners in the firm’s financial services disputes group to three.
Collyer Bristow has promoted six lawyers as part of its 2014–15 review. The changes see Janine Alexander and Peter Daniel both promoted to partnership.
Collyer Bristow has hired partner Robin Henry to its financial disputes group. Henry advises on structured finance and distressed debt strategies.
Collyer Bristow trainee Robert Andrews and Alex Just, a pupil barrister at Old Square Chambers, engaged in a ‘life swap’ in March, which was featured in The Times.
Collyer Bristow has appointed financial markets and distressed debt specialist Robin Henry and experienced commercial litigator Roger Billins.
In October Collyer, Bristow held a mock employment tribunal hearing based on a real case involving claims of constructive unfair dismissal and disability discrimination.
Collyer Bristow has announced an upcoming seminar on post-termination restrictions.
Collyer Bristow has appointed Nathan Donaldson as a partner in its employment team.