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Brick Court is recruiting experienced commercial and public law practitioners

We are looking to recruit outstanding barristers in the following categories: Established practitioners in silk and junior practitioners of at least 7 years’ call, practising commercial law; Established practitioners in silk, or likely to take silk in the next few years, practising public law.

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Court of Appeal delivers significant judgment on restriction of competition by object / legality of bans on internet selling

The Court of Appeal (Sir Geoffrey Vos, Chancellor of the High Court, Lord Justice Flaux, Lady Justice Rose) has dismissed the appeal brought by Ping, a golf manufacturer, against the judgment of the Competition Appeal Tribunal upholding a decision of the Competition and Markets Authority.

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Brick Court wins two categories in the 2020 Legal 500 UK Bar Awards

Marie Demetriou QC has won EU & Competition Silk of the Year and Brick Court Chambers has won Public Law Set of the Year in this year's Legal 500 Bar Awards.

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High Court dismisses shareholder group action against Lloyds Banking Group

Mr Justice Norris has handed down judgment in the Lloyds/HBOS Group Litigation, dismissing the claims which had been brought by about 5,800 shareholders against Lloyds and five of its former directors in relation to Lloyds’ acquisition of Halifax Bank of Scotland (“HBOS”) in 2008 and its participation in the UK Government’s bank recapitalisation scheme.

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ABB’s appeal allowed in BritNed v ABB

The Court of Appeal (Patten, Henderson, and Asplin LJJ) has handed down judgment in BritNed Development Limited v ABB AB & ABB Ltd, the appeal from the first cartel damages trial to reach judgment in the UK

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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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24 Jan 2020

Death of Harry Richford caused by gross failings by East Kent University NHS Trust. Jennifer MacLeod and Emma Mockford acted pro bono for the Richford family. They accepted the case through @WeAreAdvocate, following which they requested support through Pro Bono Connect. 1/2

23 Jan 2020

When can a Defendant extricate itself from a FRAND trial? Koninklijke Philips NV v ASUS Computer Incorporation & Ors - Sarah Ford QC appeared for the Claimant. Emma Mockford appeared for ASUS.…

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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