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Brick Court wins two categories in the 2018 Chambers Bar Awards

Tim Lord QC won Commercial Litigation Silk of the Year and Brick Court Chambers won Professional Negligence Set of the Year in this year's Chambers Bar Awards

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Jurisdiction declined and freezing orders set aside in $2.6 billion Ukraine banking dispute

The Chancery Division has held that the English Court has no jurisdiction over claims brought by Ukrainian bank Privatbank against its former owners, Igor Kolomoisky and Gennadiy Bogolyubov, and discharged worldwide freezing orders obtained by the Bank in support of those claims which the Bank had valued at US$2.6 billion.

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ECJ confirms that Article 50 is unilaterally revocable by the United Kingdom

The full court of the European Court of Justice has confirmed that a Member State may revoke notification of its intention to withdraw from the European Union under Article 50 of the TEU unilaterally, without having to seek the unanimous agreement of the other Member States.

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“‘Top set’ Brick Court Chambers has ‘a well-deserved reputation for all-round quality’ in commercial litigation work”

The Legal 500 2019: Set Overviews

“An outstanding commercial set with a track record of excellence across its core areas of work.”

Chambers & Partners 2018: Leading Sets

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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