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Outer Temple Chambers has welcomed Matt Stockwell, a leading senior junior in serious injury litigation and welfare related public law work.
Outer Temples welcomes Daniel Clarke to its health team.
Outer Temple Chambers will be running seminars on Part 1 of the Care Act 2014 in spring 2015.
Eleanor Davison of Outer Temple Chambers is listed in the first Global Investigations Review Women in Investigations special...
Fiona Scolding, John McKendrick, Nicholas Hill and Katarina Sydow provided a judicial review seminar to over 30 lawyers from the FCA, Bank of England and PRA.
Guardian Care brings LIBOR deceit and competition claim against Lloyds.
Fiona Scolding, John McKendrick, Nicholas Hill and Katarina Sydow recently attended the Financial Conduct Authority at the invitation of the General Counsel’s Division to provide a Judicial Review seminar to more than 30 lawyers from the FCA, Bank of England and PRA.
Michael Bowes QC, Richard Lissack QC, Ali Almihdar and Eleanor Davison were invited to take part in a global forum on corporate criminal liability on 23-24 March 2015.
Outer Temple Chambers has announced that Adnan S Abrahim has joined its international team...
The Supreme Court on 11 March 2015 handed down a unanimous judgment that confirms that the Bolam test does not apply to a doctor’s duty to warn patients of the risks of treatment.