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Outer Temple Chambers (OTC) took part in the ninth London Legal Walk on 20 May 2013.
OTC barrister Tom Gibson recently appeared in the Court of Appeal in Duffy v George, on appeal from the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
OTC barristers Richard Hitchcock and Farhaz Khan have acted for Garvin Trustees, the trustee of the Desmond & Sons 1975 Pension and Life Assurance Scheme.
Bundle of Familiar Authorities for Employment Appeal Tribunals.
The recent wave of complaints by counterparties to interest rate derivatives is creating new case law on contractual estoppel.
Employment litigation has not been immune from the effects of the Jackson reforms nor from those designed to reduce the financial burden on the public purse.
Recent case law has confirmed the level of difficulty encountered when attempting to persuade the courts to intervene at an early stage in trust disciplinary proceedings.
Outer Temple Chambers’ employment team has received the Employment Team of the Year prize at The Lawyer Awards 2013.
Chinese Arbitration Commission appoints Robert Rhodes QC to its Panel of Mediators and Arbitrators.
Outer Temple Chambers and the Free Representation Unit have announced an 18-month pupillage and scholarship scheme.
Tom Gibson from Outer Temple Chambers has appeared for the successful appellant in the Court of Appeal in Duffy v George.
Outer Temple Chambers welcomes the reforms to the coronial system that took effect from 25 July 2013.
Charles Foster and Ben Bradley from Outer Temple Chambers have intevened in right-to-die appeals on behalf of the Care Not Killing Alliance.
Outer Temple Chambers barrister John McKendrick is acting for the local authority in a case before Mrs Justice Eleanor King, sitting in the Court of Protection.
On your marks. Three members of OTC Pensions Team involved in the first case of its type regarding abuse and the jurisdiction of the Pensions Ombudsman
Most members of occupational pension schemes involved in a pensions dispute prefer to have their dispute determined by the Pensions Ombudsman rather than the court.
Stephen Climie and Ben Bradley from Outer Temple Chambers have achieved a substantial CICA award for an Australian national.
Last week’s announcement that the US Justice Department has charged a company with criminal insider trading has left the global hedge fund and banking industry reeling.
Robin Barclay has joined Outer Temple Chambers’ financial crime and regulatory enforcement group.
Two members of Outer Temple Chambers have assisted an Australian national to obtain a significant award before the First-Tier Tribunal (Criminal Injuries Compensation).
Outer Temple Chambers has received three nominations in the 2013 UK Bar Awards.