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The Supreme Court has given judgment in R (on the application of Barkas) v North Yorkshire County Council and another  UKSC 31.
Barrister John Hunter of Kings Chambers has appeared for the local planning authority in Harrogate v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and other.
Colin Crawford of Kings Chambers has advised Harrogate Borough Council throughout the process of planning the Tour de France.
In Thompson v Renwick Group plc, Mr Thompson was exposed to asbestos while working for his employer, a transport haulage company, during the mid-1970s.
The High Court has handed down judgment in a judicial review brought against the decision to allow the Tattenhall Neighbourhood Plan proceed to referendum.
Nicholas Braslavsky QC and Andrew Grantham from Kings Chambers were recently successful in the Court of Appeal in the landmark decision of Webster v Liddington.
David Casement QC has commented following the news that Sunderland AFC is reportedly facing legal action from relegated Premier League clubs.
In R (Bridgerow) v Chester West, Richard Clayton QC and Sarah Clover from Kings Chambers succeeded in quashing the council’s refusal to grant a licence.
The benchers of the Inn of Court for Northern Ireland have conferred on Marcus Daly SC the degree of barrister at law for admission to practice in Northern Ireland.
The Lord Chancellor has appointed Kings Chambers barrister Melanie Plimmer to sit as a judge of the First-Tier Tribunal.
The fourth edition of Doyle & Keay’s Insolvency Legislation: Annotations & Commentary, written by Louis Doyle and Prof Andrew Keay, has been published.
Richard Clayton QC of Kings Chambers is currently instructed by Kingston LBC to recover £600,000 of business rates from the charity Emergency Aid.
Sam Karim from Kings Chambers was part of a recent delegation on a business mission to Brazil to promote barristers’ expertise in international dispute resolution.
Richard Clayton QC of Kings Chambers has acted for the interveners, the Media Legal Defence Initiative and the Campaign for Freedom for Information.
Paul Tucker QC of Kings Chambers has been included in Planning magazine’s list of top 10 Top Rated Planning Silks 2014.
Michael Rudd has joined Kings Chambers to further add to the strength and depth of the set’s planning, environmental and administrative law team.
The Supreme Court has reversed the Cheshire West decision by seven Justices to zero and the Surrey decision by four to three.
Barrister Sarah Pritchard has secured the dismissal in the Court of Appeal of the claimant’s appeal against the judgment of HHJ Armitage QC in this employer’s liability case.
Ben Williams, a barrister at Kings Chambers, considers how companies can control the misuse of group email systems.
Kings Chambers has opened its doors to four sixth-form students as part of Bar Placement Week.