Jonathan Dawid returns to Brick Court

07/03/17, Barrister News, Commercial, EU/Competition, Public Law, Chambers News

Brick Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Jonathan Dawid will be rejoining chambers in April 2017.  Currently a partner at a leading City litigation boutique, Jonathan originally completed pupillage...

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High Court rules in Uber judicial review

03/03/17, Public Law

Mr Justice Mitting today gave oral judgment on a claim brought by Uber London Ltd and certain private hire vehicle (minicab) drivers. The claim challenged certain regulatory requirements imposed by...

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Andrew Lydiard QC

27/02/17, Chambers News

It is with great sadness that we announce that Andrew Lydiard QC, a former member of chambers who retired from the Bar due to ill health last year,  died peacefully...

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Edward Ho named in The Lawyer Hot 100 2017

30/01/17, Barrister News, Commercial

The Lawyer’s Hot 100 is an annual list of the magazine’s top 100 UK lawyers in private practice, in-house and at the Bar, which aims to recognise extraordinary lawyers who...

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NICE Appeal Panel upholds Roche’s appeal

25/01/17, EU/Competition

Today a NICE Appeal Panel published its decision to uphold the appeal of Roche Products Ltd against NICE’s advice on the use of pirfenidone in the treatment of idiopathic pulmonary...

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CMA publishes advice on disclosure processes

23/01/17, EU/Competition

The Competition and Markets Authority has now published advice to companies to assist them with the disclosure process in CMA investigations. The advice follows an expert roundtable discussion held by CMA...

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Four new silks for Brick Court

12/01/17, Barrister News, Chambers News

Brick Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Jeremy Gauntlett SC, Robert O’Donoghue, Stephen Midwinter and Sarah Ford have been appointed Queen’s Counsel in the 2016-17 competition. The conferring of silk...

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Article 50 ‘Brexit’ appeal

02/12/16, EU/Competition

The Supreme Court has uploaded the written arguments of the parties and interveners, which are available on its website here. The hearing is due to commence at 11am on Monday...

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Libraries can now lend e-books

02/12/16, EU/Competition

The Court of Justice has handed down its judgment in Case C-174/15, Vereniging Openbare Bibliotheken v Stichting Leenrecht. The case arose out of a dispute between the public libraries and...

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