We’re pleased to share that the latest edition of ‘Drafting Trusts & Will Trusts: A Modern Approach’, has been reviewed in the New Law Journal.
In this episode, James Davies and Justin Perring explore the complexities of family businesses and company law. They delve into common challenges such as compliance issues, transitions, and the interplay between personal disputes and commercial imperatives within family businesses.
New Square Chambers are thrilled to announce its continued recognition as a leader in the global legal market, as highlighted in the Chambers & Partners Global Guide 2024.
This article, authored by Simon Adamyk , examines the recent decision in Ayre v Reuters News & Media Inc in the Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal, highlighting the crucial need to serve the authorisation code for the Electronic Litigation Portal (ELP) simultaneously with the claim form.
The inaugural webinar of our brand new series, NSC Offshore Insights, featuring Simon Adamyk, who delves into the topic of “The new Eastern Caribbean Civil Procedure Rules – general reforms and electronic litigation – all change or business as usual?”
We are thrilled to announce that New Square Chambers has secured a place as finalists in this year’s Legal 500 ESG UK Awards for 2024, earning recognition in the ‘Governance: Initiative/Team of the Year’ category.
In this episode, Laura Webster briefly recaps the law concerning liability orders, business rate relief for charities, and the requirements to qualify as a charity, before then analysing the Supreme Court’s decision in London Borough of Merton Council v Nuffield Health.
Christopher Snell has authored a case summary in the matter of Various Claimants v Octopus Finance Limited, following the judgment handed down at the end of January.
James McKean analyses the Court of Appeal’s decision in Kenig v Thomson Snell & Passmore LLP  EWCA CIV 15, a significant development for beneficiaries seeking to challenge solicitors’ bills in estate or trust matters.
In this episode, Aidan and Millie discuss the wide-ranging issues that may arise when estates have cross-border elements. In particular, they discuss the difficulties arising with respect to domicile for the purposes of succession planning and the administration of estates, as well as what happens when a deceased person dies leaving assets abroad.
We’re delighted to present the highly anticipated First Supplement to the 20th Edition of ‘Lewin on Trusts’ prepared by Lynton Tucker, Nicholas Le Poidevin KC and Master Brightwell.
In alignment with the principles of UK Disability History Month and in a bid to enhance accessibility at the Bar for individuals with disabilities, we launched the ‘NSC Beyond Boundaries‘ essay competition last November. A sincere thank you to all participants for their thoughtful and inspiring entries. We are delighted to announce the winners of […]