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News & Events: October 2016



Health & Safety Team clean sweep at Chambers & Partners UK Bar Awards

News | 21st Oct 2016

Chambers are delighted to announce a clean sweep in the Health & Safety section of the Chambers & Partners UK Bar awards yesterday evening. Chambers winning Set of the Year. John Cooper QC winning Silk of the Year. Mark Balysz winning Junior of the Year.

Alexander Antelme QC nominated as Silk of the year for PI & Clinical Negligence

News | 21st Oct 2016

Chambers is delighted that Alexander Antelme QC has been nominated as Silk of the year for PI & Clinical Negligence at the Legal 500 UK Awards 2017. Alex is a specialist in the fields of clinical negligence, product liability, property damage, personal injury and professional negligence. He has considerable experience in cases of the highest […]

Andrew Rigney QC nominated as Silk of the year for Construction & Energy

News | 21st Oct 2016

Chambers are delighted that Andrew Rigney QC has been nominated as Silk of the year for Construction and Energy at the Legal 500 UK Awards 2017 and that Chambers have been nominated for Construction Set of the year for Construction and Energy. Andrew has an extensive domestic and international practice which encompasses a wide range […]

The latest word on serial adjudication by Charles Pimlott

News | 5th Oct 2016

The latest word on serial adjudication by Charles Pimlott – Amey Wye Valley Ltd v The County of Hertfordshire District Council [2016] EWHC 2368 (TCC). Please see Charles Pimlott’s article on this subject here.

Amey v Herefordshire District Council – TCC considers for the first time how to interpret an adjudicator’s decision that has become final and binding

News | 4th Oct 2016

In a decision handed down today, Mr Justice Fraser has held that Herefordshire District Council are entitled to have an adjudication decision of Mr Matthew Molloy enforced, in the sum of c£10M. The dispute arose out of a long term maintenance contract, incorporating the NEC standard form (2nd edition), made between Herefordshire District Council and […]

Simon Antrobus represents Tesco

News | 3rd Oct 2016

Simon Antrobus represented both Tesco Stores Ltd and Tesco Maintenance Ltd at Liverpool Crown Court in relation to offences under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 relating to a fall from height through a fragile skylight when a maintenance employee fell 30 feet at one of its stores. The company was sentenced to […]


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