Brick Court Chambers

Max Schaefer

Max Schaefer

YEAR OF CALL: 2010
CLERK: Paul Dennison

“Unbelievably clever … Incredibly strong junior, who is very user-friendly, and turns around top-notch work in no time.”
Chambers & Partners 2020

News

21/04/22

Hogan Lovells dashes Ryanair hopes of delaying competition lawsuit

19/04/22

Microsoft fails to strike out claims by ValueLicensing

13/04/22

Ryanair fails to stay claims by On the Beach

09/03/22

High Court dismisses professional negligence claim against tax QC

08/03/22

Tax silk fights off negligence claim over film schemes

08/03/22

Court rejects investors’ claims against QC who advised promoters of failed tax-avoidance schemes

31/01/22

Claimants succeed in HP/Autonomy fraud trial

09/10/20

Court of Appeal upholds injunction in trade secrets dispute

07/08/20

High Court prevents importation of goods said to infringe trade secrets

23/06/20

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

12/02/20

35 members of Brick Court appear in The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases and Top 15 Appeals of 2020

16/01/19

33 members of Brick Court appear in 12 of The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2019

04/07/18

Supreme Court rules that English Court has no jurisdiction over $800 million bank claim

09/11/17

FreeBar event debates best practice for LGBT+ inclusivity at the Bar

12/07/17

Supreme Court rules gay couple entitled to pension equality

30/01/17

Commercial Court rules on retailer claims over MasterCard interchange fees

13/05/16

Bank ordered to serve Defence despite challenge to jurisdiction

20/01/16

Brick Court scores the highest number of appearances in The Lawyer Top 20 Cases of 2016

19/10/15

Brick Court maintains Public and Administrative Law ranking in 2015 Legal 500

07/10/15

Court of Appeal affirms legality of discriminatory pension rules

10/08/15

English Court takes jurisdiction in $900 million claims against Portuguese rescue bank

30/10/14

Court cuts down scope of damages claims in Visa interchange fee litigation

29/10/14

Advice on Criminal Justice and Courts Bill briefed to Parliament

18/02/14

EAT upholds legislation allowing less favourable pension provision to civil partners than to married couples

16/01/13

European Court of Human Rights decides religious-freedom claims

20/12/12

High Court upholds six-month extension of patent protection for Pfizer’s drug Lipitor, granted as a reward for paediatric research

27/11/12

Employment Tribunal reads down Equality Act to give civil partners equal pension rights

18/05/12

Brick Court preparing for the London Legal Walk

15/03/12

High Court holds that damages cannot be claimed for the period after termination of agreement where termination is for the wrong reason

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