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Maurice Holmes acts for PTIOs in tennis anti-corruption hearing

Articles | 4th May 2018

Summary 22-year old Colombian tennis player Barlaham Zuluaga Gaviria (“the Player”) has been suspended for three years and fined $5,000 after being found guilty of failing to co-operate with a Tennis Integrity Unit (“TIU”) investigation. The decision followed a hearing before Anti-Corruption Hearing Officer (“AHO”) Professor Richard McLaren, in which the Professional Tennis Integrity Officers […]

Maurice Holmes acts in defence of subrogated claim challenging the enforceability of trade association’s standard terms and conditions

News | 12th Jan 2018

(1) David Chambers; (2) Diana Chambers v Britannia Lanes of Cornwall Ltd Liability insurers in the removals industry will welcome the dismissal of a consumer claim seeking to challenge the fairness and enforceability of the British Association of Removers’ Model Terms and Conditions (“the BAR Model Terms”). Maurice Holmes instructed by Jane Martineau of Roose […]

First edition of GAR’s Guide to Construction Arbitration

News | 8th Sep 2017

Crown Office Chambers would like to announce the launch of the first edition of GAR’s Guide to Construction Arbitration With contribution from Roger ter Haar QC, Crispin Winser and Maurice Holmes, Global Arbitration Review’s Guide to Construction Arbitration takes the reader through the essential detail of preparing, mitigating and managing construction disputes internationally. From preparing contracts and […]

Pupil Maurice Holmes wins The Times 2TG Moot

News | 13th Jan 2016

Described as “a triumph” by the master of the rolls, Lord Dyson, the final on Monday of the inaugural Times 2TG Moot – in a Middle Temple Hall packed with legal glitterati – brought to a climax six months of tough competition in the UK’s largest mooting event. Two pairs of finalists – John Williams […]

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