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Panel of new London Chamber of Arbitration is announced – Sir Antony Edwards-Stuart

News | 5th Jul 2017

  The London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) launches its Arbitration service today. Sir Antony Edwards-Stuart of Crown Office Chambers joins this distinguished panel consisting of 19 members drawn from the ranks of former members of the Judiciary and current senior practitioners.   Please click here for further details:

David Sears QC to speak at CILA CEE SIG Seminar – ‘Mediation in Construction’

News | 3rd Jul 2017

David Sears QC will join a distinguished panel of experts at the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters Construction, Energy and Engineering Seminar – ‘Mediation in Construction’. This afternoon session will provide an introduction to mediation and how to make the most out of the process in the context of construction claims. The aims of the […]

Remedies in Construction Law (second edition) by Roger ter Haar QC

News | 27th Jun 2017

Remedies in Construction Law brings together various well-established strands of the law and considers practical remedies for breach of contract and tort in connection with construction projects. Now in a fully updated second edition, it covers topics such as: Damages Termination Quantum Meruit Recovery Injunctions Limitation ADR This book continues to be a vital reference […]

Crown Office Chambers London Personal Injury seminar and party

News | 21st Jun 2017

Crown Office Chambers annual Personal Injury party & seminar is being held on the 4th July at the IET, Savoy Place. There are limited places available, please click here for further details. If you require any further information please contact James Wilkinson to reserve your place.

Use of surveillance evidence in personal injury claims

News | 19th May 2017

Karapetianas v Kent & Sussex Loft Conversions The High Court has found a significant discrepancy between a claimant’s presentation in covert surveillance evidence with that of the the medico-legal evidence in a personal injury claim. However the High Court declined to strike out the claim for abuse of process. Jack Ferro, comments on what lessons can […]

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