In this case law update video, Kate Selway QC is in conversation with Edward Hicks, who acted as junior counsel for the successful respondent before Mrs Justice Falk in Clitheroe v Bond  EWHC 1102 (Ch), on appeal from the decision of Deputy Master Linwood at trial pronouncing against two wills of the deceased for want of testamentary capacity ( EWHC 1185 (Ch)). The appeal considered, among other things, whether the test for capacity in Banks v Goodfellow had been replaced by the test for capacity in the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
Tom Dumont QC and Ed Hicks of Radcliffe Chambers together with Amanda Smallcombe of Birkett Long, discuss the judgment of Mrs Justice Falk in Clitheroe v Bond  EWHC 1102 (Ch), in which they represented the successful respondent.
Landlords fail in their attempt to force Nominees to return their fees and in their bid to establish a meaningful precedent in their ongoing fight against CVAs
During this Junior Programme: Commercial webinar, hosted by Poppy Rimington-Pounder and James Fagan, Poppy considers when a parent company may be found liable for the acts of its subsidiary, the recent Supreme Court case of Okpabi and others v Royal Dutch Shell Plc.
For a short time, following the decisions of Foskett J in Giambrone and the Court of Appeal in Travelers, it looked as though the scope for obtaining third party costs orders against insurers was much wider than had previously been appreciated. Then the Supreme Court decided Travelers.
Our presentation covers many topics, including the definition of a product defect vs a safety defect, the parties that may be liable for a product defect, limitation of liability clauses, Québec specification, product recalls and practical tips and considerations, as well as best practices, for you and your team.
Singaporean asset managers are increasingly making use of Jersey structures for the establishment of funds dealing with crypto-currency assets, to take advantage of a double taxation agreement which benefits Jersey-domiciled corporate structures managed in Singapore.
The deadline for applying to the European Settlement Scheme to obtain pre-settled or settled status passed on 30 June 2021. However, the Home Office has made it clear that there is flexibility and late applications will be considered. This provision may not last forever and anyone who has missed the deadline should take action immediately to apply.
On 9 July 2021, a number of important pieces of legislation were brought into force in the BVI on the same day. Those enactments have made significant changes to the law in their respective areas, namely trusts, probate, data protection and consumer protection.
Curious about the role of hydrogen in Canada’s future? Join us for an informative online session focusing on key opportunities and challenges on the horizon. Gowling WLG’s Myron Dzulynsky will be joined by three industry professionals to discuss a number of issues and answer questions regarding this emerging market. The panel dives into federal and provincial policies, discuss how governments at all levels can help make the hydrogen industry a success, as well as what we can learn from other jurisdictions in terms of leadership in the industry.
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Kirkland & Ellis is set to gather its partners for the first time in two years, with an in-person conference currently being planned for the autumn. The US firm has announced internally that a partnership conference will take place in November in Chicago. The event is expected to be in person; however, if variants rise, […]
Green financial services products have gained prevalence during the past year; so much so that questions surrounding regulatory efforts, conflicting standards and changing approaches by financial institutions were at the forefront of attendees’ minds during a roundtable headed by Robin Penfold, TLT financial services partner. The conversation began by focusing on the impact of green […]
Kirkland & Ellis has the largest investment funds practice in the City and has expanded the group’s headcount more significantly than any of its competitors over the past 12 months, new data from The Lawyer has revealed. The report, which will be released on The Lawyer’s Signal channel next week, shows that Kirkland has a […]
Slaughter and May has joined the long list of firms to have increased its salaries for newly-qualified solicitors. The firm said it had raised salaries for its NQs to £100,000. The £100,000 salary is up from £90,500, with a discretionary bonus on top of that. The firm stated that there has also been an increase […]
Gateley, the first UK law firm to announce an initial public offering, has added a construction business to its group. Tozer Gallagher will be joining Gateley Vinden, a specialist part of the firm that provides advisory services to the property and construction markets. A chartered quantity surveyor and construction consultancy in Manchester and London, Tozer […]
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