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Kings Chambers barristers were involved on all sides in McGill v The Sports and Entertainment Media Group, Bolton Wanderers FC and others.
On 13 October 2014, Richard Clayton QC hosted a seminar on healthcare and human rights at the Human Rights Law Association.
Kings Chambers has announced that Andrew Singer has been called to the Bar of the Irish Republic.
Kings Chambers barrister Anthony Crean QC has successfully secured permission for 125 homes on land south of Abberd Lane in Calne, Wiltshire.
Roberta Blackman-Woods MP has accepted an invitation to speak at the Kings Chambers 2014 Planning Conference.
Kings Chambers’ Anthony Crean QC has successfully opposed Commercial Estates Group’s renewed application for permission in the London Administrative Court.
Kings Chambers’ Michael Stephens is set to visit Cyprus to take part in coursework and tutorials on international arbitration.
Kings Chambers has announced that Lesley Anderson QC has been shortlisted by The Legal 500 for the ‘Silk of the Year: Regional and Scottish’ award.
Birmingham practitioner Michael Stephens has accepted an invitation to join Chambers. Stephens is the current president of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Sarah Clover from Kings Chambers has successfully opposed a planning appeal for permission for a residential development in Worcestershire.
Vincent Fraser QC has successfully represented Lancashire CC in resisting the High Court challenge to the development consent order granted for the Heysham to M6 Link Road.
Laura Daniels, barrister at Kings Chambers, has addressed permanent health insurance (PHI) payments and age discrimination.
In Matthews v Collins & ors  EWHC 2952 (QB), Jeremy Roussak resisted an attempt by the defendant to strike out as an abuse of process an asbestos-related claim.
Anthony Crean QC has been instructed by Jillings Hutton to represent Devonshire Homes.
The government has introduced a quiet but seemingly highly successful revolution in the preparation of development plans. The headline was the revocation of regional spatial strategies and the supposed devolving of power back to local planning authorities to shape their districts.
David Casement QC has been appointed as a deputy High Court judge of the chancery division.