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Since lockdown 36 members of chambers have presented a dozen online seminars, all of which are now available to watch on YouTube here

Judgment handed down in the battle of the Ukrainian oligarchs

Mr Justice Picken handed down his 225 page judgment in the battle of the Ukrainian oligarchs on 14 July 2020 after a seven week trial in 2019.

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High Court refuses permission to appeal in Lloyds/HBOS Group Litigation

Mr Justice Norris has handed down a reserved judgment in relation to various consequential matters in the Lloyds/HBOS Group Litigation following a hearing in January 2020.

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Supreme Court upholds retailers’ case on the application of Art 101 TFEU to payment card interchange fees

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Where there is basis for patent infringement proceedings disclosure is not anticompetitive

The High Court has considered for the first time whether providing sensitive information by way of disclosure in patent proceedings contravenes Article 101 TFEU and/or the Chapter I Prohibition in the Competition Act 1998.

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Brick Court Chambers reaffirms its commitment to equality of opportunity

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Brick Court is pleased to announce that Sue Prevezer QC, James McClelland, Charlotte Tan and Sarah Bousfield have joined chambers.

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4 Aug 2020

Is permission always required for expert evidence, and when is evidence to be considered expert evidence? In this short video Jonathan Dawid considers the implication of a recent CMC judgment in Burford Capital Ltd v London Stock Exchange plc

3 Aug 2020

New possibility to ask the Trade Remedies Investigations Directorate (TRID) to investigate need for a UK trade remedy where there is already an ongoing EU investigation…

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Since it was established in 1921, Brick Court Chambers has been home to some of the giants of the Bar. Image: Sir Sydney Kentridge QC