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Michael Rawlinson QC of Kings Chambers was instructed to admit breach of duty but deny causation on a novel basis in A v Avalon Solicitors.
Kings Chambers has announced its chosen Christmas charity this year: the Wood Street Mission Christmas Project.
Kings Chambers has partnered with Manchester University law school.
Kings Chambers’ Sam Karim has spoken at the EHFCN workshop on cross-border data sharing and data protection, which was held in Brussels on 6 December 2013.
Martin Carter from Kings Chambers has defended the refusal of planning permission for a six-turbine wind farm.
Two senior counsel have joined Kings Chambers as associate tenants to coincide with the launch of Kings Arbitration.
Paul Chaisty QC and David Casement QC have been appointed as deputy High Court judges of the Mercantile Court.
John Hunter has helped to resist a challenge to decisions by the secretary of state and the Magistrates Court concerning the implementation of planning permission.
Freddie Humphreys has joined Kings Chambers’ planning and public law team.
The 2014 edition of Chambers UK, released on 31 October, rates Kings Chambers ninth in number of rankings and fourth in number of practice area rankings.
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.
Anthony Crean QC has secured permission for a residential development of 85 dwellings with access and associated infrastructure.
Chambers has announced that Paul Chaisty QC, Lesley Anderson QC and David Casement QC have been shortlisted in the Queen’s Counsel rankings.
Richard Clayton QC from Kings Chambers has been instructed to intervene in Kennedy v Charity Commission.