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Alexander spoke about Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group’s ‘unconscionable’ double billing of mortgage arrears.
The solo exhibition of 30 drawings turns King’s Cross/St Pancras into a palimpsest.
Senior associates Alex Cochrane and Gwyneth Williams from Collyer Bristow recently took part in a podcast for XpertHR.
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?’.
Christopher Rennie-Smith from Collyer Bristow gave a presentation entitled ‘Partial Priorities and Toxic Divisionals’ at the 15th open forum of FICPI.
One of the latest developments by Collyer Bristow client Ipsus Developments has been featured on the BBC website.
The Solicitors Journal has published an article on civil restraint orders written by Patrick Wheeler from Collyer Bristow.
‘Turning the tables on the stalkers’ will focus on the implications for service providers and the effectiveness of current legislation and policing.
An article written by Collyer Bristow partner Robin Henry on the issue of the mis-selling of interest rate hedging products has been published by Accountancy Age.
The winner of the Collyer Bristow Student Award 2014 is Middlesex University graduate Chis Alton for his project ‘EDL’, or English Disco Lovers.
Graduates and students from Middlesex University and Goldsmiths, University of London, will be showcasing their work in a curated exhibition at the Collyer Bristow Gallery.
Rhory Robertson of Collyer Bristow’s cyber investigation unit has been interviewed on LBC following sentencing of the Twitter ‘troll’ found guilty of threatening MP Stella Creasy.
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.
On 22 October, Collyer Bristow’s employment team will present a seminar on employment law to summarise recent key changes and developments.
Collyer Bristow has recruited another partner, family law specialist Philippa Dolan, to its growing private client practice.
Collyer Bristow has announced that Peter Daniel and Alison Kempenaar have been listed in the Private Client Practitioner’s Top 35 under 35.
Rhory Robertson, partner at Collyer Bristow, has been quoted in The Telegraph, commenting on the ‘match-fixing’ scandal.
On 9 July 2014, Collyer Bristow’s intellectual property team hosted a reception to welcome Christopher Rennie-Smith back to the firm.