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Video seminars for clients

We invite clients to request topics for Members of Brick Court to present and discuss by video link

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COVID-19

Brick Court Chambers' premises are closed but it is business as usual as Members of Chambers and all our staff are working remotely: Paul Dennison (Senior Clerk) +44 (0)7930 532991; Tony Burgess (Senior Clerk) +44 (0)7984 521141; Will Jackman +44 (0)7538 522666; Luke Carvalho +44 (0)7956 347014; Philip Wilkes +44 (0)7939 509873; Jo Francis +44 (0)7730 800562; James Knapp +44 (0)7768 614883; Sam Jones +44 (0)7538 521096; Lyndon Tiller +44 (0)7538 522623; Olivia Cannon +44 (0)7880 037973; Kate Trott (Clerk to Arbitrators and Mediators) +44 (0)7730 591622. Our switchboard, 0044 20 7379 3550, remains open from 9am to 7pm on Monday to Friday.  If you have any questions please get in touch with your usual Brick Court contact or via clerkstable@brickcourt.co.uk 

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Brick Court mediators are in action now mediating remotely using Zoom

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

Landmark judgment on competition law challenge to pay-for-delay deals

The Court of Justice has given its judgment in Case C-307/18 Generics (UK) Ltd v Competition and Markets Authority, a preliminary ruling on whether agreements to settle patent litigation in the pharmaceutical sector may constitute infringements of competition law.

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Commercial Court refuses to stay claim against Barclays

SCOR, one of the world’s largest reinsurance companies, has been successful in resisting Barclays’ application to stay a Commercial Court claim brought against the bank on the basis that the claim is “related” to criminal proceedings brought in Paris.

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7 Apr 2020

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3 Apr 2020

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3 Apr 2020

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A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE

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

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